The Free Internet Project: Mariano Municoy appointed as a Fellow for Argentina
Mariano Municoy has been appointed as a Fellow for Argentina by The Free Internet Project (TFIP), which is “…a nonprofit whose mission is to provide the public with information about the latest legal and technological efforts to protect Internet freedoms around the world.”
Founded in 2014, TFIP provides a user-friendly resource for the public to follow and comment on the latest bills, decisions, constitutional amendments, and technologies to protect the “free and open Internet.” The Project is based on the belief that the Internet is an amazing tool for sharing knowledge, and that people around the world can learn from and share in the efforts to protect Internet freedoms in other countries.
Check more on http://thefreeinternetproject.
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