[euopendata] Support for letter to French Government

Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou b.ooghe at gmail.com
Mon Nov 29 19:21:13 GMT 2010


Dear all,

As you may know from previous emails, the proposed amendment to the
French national security law will severely damage the right of access
to information and would also create more obstacles for the
development of a French open government data movement.

Access Info Europe and Regards Citoyens have drafted a letter
addressed to the MPs directly involved in this amendment asking them
to withdraw it. Please find the letter attached.

If you want to support us in this initiative please SIGN THE LETTER.
You can do this by sending an email back to Victoria Anderica or by
including your name in the following pad:
http://openetherpad.org/opendata-no-controleddata
The deadline to sign the letter is the 6th of December, when we will
be sending out the letter.

You can also spread the word by directing people to the link below,
where more information about this issue can be found.

http://www.access-info.org/en/home

Thank you very much for your support.

All the best,

Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou for Regards Citoyens



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