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A counter-G20 on Open Data, Open Government In Tunisia, November 2011

Subject: [knowledgelab] A counter-G20 on Open Data, Open Governement and No More Bullying
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A counter-G20 on Open Data, Open Governement and No More Bullying

When: November 3-4 2011
Where: Tunisia, venue tba
More information soon.

In Cannes, Governments will try to "close" the Net with intellectual
property protection enforcement. We'd like a real "G20 du Net" with
people that make the Internet and not only lawyers that try to close it.
This shadow G20 says we have had enough of those old sad stories of
competition, bullying, citizen bashing and killing. We believe a time
has come for collaboration of ordinary people, dancing in the streets
and saying hello to our neighbours and we want the simple and hackable
devices and infrastructure that go with that.

Tunisia can become an exemplary cybernetic country and hackers can help

- dismantling the net censorship infrastructures
- rebuilding a full decentralized infrastructure that could guarantee
the freedom of speech.
- leapfrog into wireless, NFC, Zigbee, open hardware business models and
Internet of Things

We want to discuss with the people on the ground and be led by them in
setting up hackerspaces throughout the Arab world.

Contact: Olivier Laurelli a href="mailto:olaurelli@bearstech.com" target="_blank">olaurelli@bearstech.com>

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