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Bits of Freedom is the Dutch digital rights organization, focusing on privacy and communications freedom in the digital age.
Bits of Freedom strives to influence legislation and self-regulation, on a national and a European level.
Bits of Freedom is one of the founders and a member of European Digital Rights (EDRi).
Monthly Archives: May 2008
For the rest this seems to me a welcome development.
Might we see this visualization soon too in jQuery and WordPress?
Many want to claim Einstein did believe in God. His famous “God doesn’t gamble with the Universe” is mentioned often. Well, his latest revealed letter makes his view of God very clear. He was a non-believer.
Germany got them, just proving their record. Meanwhile Expats might start avoiding Amsterdam, because their credit card and computer details appear not safe anymore. Why? Because the city government employees appear to claim rights out of the ordinary. ..
Next week also the discussion of data retention lengths is held. Some political parties are finally starting to address these rights.
Dutch Government’s approach to all things web and digital is changing for all sorts of reasons: transformational government / website rationalisation provides greater focus on a smaller number of online channels, the impact of – and opportunities presented by – web 2.0 is looming large in everyone’s thoughts, online engagement and deliberation are buzz phrases.
• How do citizens experience government services and where are the disconnects?
• What does this all mean?
• How does it all fit together?
• What skills / resources are organisations going to need in future?
• Who’s done it already?
• How do you actually do this stuff?
• Where are we with open APIs in government?
This barcamp provides a opportunity where hopefully we can answer some of the difficult questions and create a shared vision and approach. Equally, its hoped we can mobilise the government digital media community to improve our skills, knowledge and voice as a collective group.
When: June 7
Where: Volksrant Gebouw, Amsterdam
Sign-up and More: http://barcamp.org/BarcampNLGovweb
De HBO raad stelt dat Nederland getalenteerde internationale studenten en gastdocenten uit Nederland wegjaagt. Administratieve rompslomp en kosten verbonden aan visa en leges zijn schadelijk voor de economie en het imago van Nederland als kennisland volgens de raad en anderen.
Cynisch gesteld wordt dus een mooi staaltje VOC mentaliteit, van Hogescholen en Universiteiten, door Haagse beleidsmakers in de kiem gesmoord. Het Telegraaf artikel “Kennistopper schrikt hier van dure visa” geeft aan dat de IND zijn handen wast, ze werken kostendekkend.