Organizing Against the Enemies of Internet Freedom

There are powerful state and corporate interests ranged against an open internet. We need a global movement to check them

by Naomi Wolf
The Guardian

On 24 April, a group of internet entrepreneurs sought to get the future into a single conference room in Chelsea, and have it talk. “Hacking Society” was hosted by Union Square Ventures – the venture capital firm that was an early investor in Zynga, Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare, Etsy, and Kickstarter. The mission:

“[To] discuss how the economics of networks might help solve challenging social and economic problems; examine how incumbents use their influence over the current policy process to stave off competition from networks; define a proactive, network-friendly ‘freedom to innovate’ policy agenda; and examine how ‘net native’ policy advocacy works and how it can be harnessed to promote a positive agenda as well as overthrow bad policy and bad regimes.”

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