||This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in the German Wikipedia. (July 2013)|
Digitale Gesellschaft (literally, Digital Society) is a German registered association founded in 2010, that is committed to civil rights and consumer protection in terms of internet policy.
One of the aims of the interest group is to build a campaign infrastructure, and also to reach people who are not internet-savvy. Their founder, Beckedahl stated that "more effective advocacy toward politics and economy" is also a part of their mission.
As of May 2012, the group has approximately thirty members. According to Beckedahl, the small number of full members is necessary to build an infrastructure before opening up to more people.
- "EU failed to protect citizens from NSA". Deutsche Welle. 11 June 2013. Retrieved 19 June 2013.
- "Neue Internet-Interessensvertretung gegründet". tagesschau.de. 15 April 2011.
- Von Hilmar Schmundt. ""Digitale Gesellschaft": Beckedahl plant Organisation für Bürgerrechte im Web". Der Spiegel.
- Olga Khazan (June 18, 2013). "'Yes We Scan': Germans Protest at Checkpoint Charlie as Obama Arrives in Berlin". The Atlantic.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Digitale Gesellschaft.|