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from Blackout Europe www.blackouteurope.eu http://blackouteu.wordpress.com/ Internet access is not conditional Everyone who owns a website has an interest in defending the free use of Internet… so has everyone who uses Google or Skype… everyone who expresses their opinions freely, does research of any kind, whether for personal health problems or academic study … everyone who… » read more

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The Pep-NET, the Pan-European E-participation Network is holding it’s online discussion-forum on the recently published eparticipation survey at www.internet-discourse.eu. Do you know, what experts are saying? Just come, and visit this life forum of researchers and practicioners to grasp the scent of hot air around participatory culture of different actors in this field! I am… » read more

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Since the Hungarian Taxation office has been producing the necesarry taxation program only for Windows based computers, and has decided that all Hungarian businesses now have to submit their tax returns on-linem. The solution made online taxation not working for non-microsoft based computers, encouraging some of the Hungarian IT businessmen battleing against the ridiculous segregation.… » read more

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In October, the Council of Europe has organized the annual conference related to democracy – the Forum for the Future of Democracy, in Madrid, 2008.10.15-17. This years topic has been e-democracy. The Council of Europe has been an active agent in transforming democracy in Europe, although, it defentaly needs the e-democratic changes as well –… » read more

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