Jérémie Zimmermann (born 1978) is a French computer science engineer co-founder of the Paris-based La Quadrature du Net, a citizen advocacy group defending fundamental freedoms online and co-founder of Hacking With Care, a "collective composed of hackers-activists, caregivers, artists, sociologist, growing quite literally by contact and affinity".
He appeared with Julian Assange on Episode 8 and Episode 9 of The World Tomorrow, "Cypherpunks: 1/2".
He is a contributor to Julian Assange's 2012 book Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet along with Jacob Appelbaum and Andy Müller-Maguhn (OR Books, ISBN 978-1-939293-00-8).
He was awarded the 2012 EFF Pioneer Award, together with other persons and groups.
- ^ "Jérémie Zimmermann". personaldemocracy. Retrieved 1 May 2013.
- ^ "ABOUT".
- ^ "Assange 'The World Tomorrow' — Ep 8: Cypherpunks Part 1". Digitaljournal.com. 5 June 2012.
- ^ O'Brien, Kevin J. (6 June 2012). "Europe and Consumer Groups at Odds Over Restricted Net Access". The New York Times.
- ^ "OR Books Catalog". Orbooks.com.
- ^ "Hardware Hacker, Anti-ACTA Activist, and Groundbreaking Anonymity Group Win EFF Pioneer Awards | Electronic Frontier Foundation". Eff.org. 27 August 2012.
Media related to Jérémie Zimmermann at Wikimedia Commons
- Jérémie Zimmermann on Twitter ; Jérémie Zimmermann on Mastodon on the Fediverse
- "French downloaders face government grilling". BBC News. 27 July 2011. Retrieved 1 May 2013.
- Hacking With Care
- Wiki of Hacking With Care
- Talk about Hacking with Care - „Tactical and ethical care for all“ at Chaos Computer Club Berlin (Video)