Medialab Prado


#Redada 4: Cyber Rights, Civil Society and Sinde Law

09.02.2011 19:00h - 21:00h

Place: Medialab-Prado. Plaza de las Letras, C/ Alameda, 15 · Madrid

Medialab-Prado holds this fourth #redada encounter to continue debating "Sinde Law" the day it is voted on the Senate.

In order to make this #redada more participative, organizers propose participants to bring ideas and proposals for the debate.

Hashtag for Twitter: #redada


This week is the 15th anniversary of the Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace written by John Perry Barlow, in a moment where Governments are using different formulas to prevent citizens to access internet. It just happend in Egypt, and in countries like China, Iran or Cuba is a common practice for political goals. And in democracies such as France for economic goals, like protecting multinational industries (Hadopi Law). On the other hand, in other countries like Finland, internet is protected as a universal right.

In Spain, the day where Sinde Law is voted in the Senate after a previos understanding between PSOE, PP and CiU, is the day where we will debate about it. We want this #redada to be more participative, so bring your ideas and proposals for the deabte. Bring a Plan B.


- Juan Freire, biologists, professor and network expert
- Andoni Alonso, PhD in Philosophy, professor and essayist
- Javier de la Cueva, lawer expert in Intellectual Property
- Fernando Acero, expert in computer security

#redada meetings, organized by Antonio Delgado, started in December 2010 as a way to debate, know and learn different aspects related to internet and digital rights.

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