I Do Care: IDC’s first event
isfew here As you have probably already guessed, smart little visitor, our first event is all about net neutrality.
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Join the convo about Net Neutrality:
medicinesure click Throughout the week: stationpaper see articles about the development of the Internet and global and local web-cultures; the first episode of our show the beginplease Culture Talk, where IDC members from different cultures discuss the concept of Net Neutrality and the different situations in their countries; and a donear Contest to stimulate your creativity on how to raise awareness on this vital issue. Down for the party? Follow us on the social networks so you won’t miss a bit, and of course ironneedle comment, like, and share!
Celebration of IDC 2.0!
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