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24 July 2005

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Jim Graven

Are you familiar with EDRI? (European Digital Rights ?) http://www.edri.org/

Nicole Simon

Thanks for the signup Neville, and yes, something like the EFF would come to my mind. It does not need to be the same as them, but those well established organisations have one big advantage against new to be found organisations: They already have a lot of experience and contacts.

So while there may be many things I disagree on (let's start at the EFF with them only barely touching European issues the way they do American), there is also much good stuff. At the moment, I feel good at supporting them - if the bad feeling gets more because they do more stuff I don't like, I will give to someone else.

(Where giving can be money and or time).

Jim, thanks for the link too, I was not aware of them. And they already seem to be tax deductable ;)

Nevon

I hadn't heard of EDRI before, Jim. So it's been around since 2002, according to the website.

Nicole, maybe this is the route forward if anough people sign the pledge?

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