#RouterFreedom in #Europe keeps us busy! The recent EU guidelines are differently interpreted in national states. #Greece is a positive example while #Germany effectively endangers the freedom users had since 2016. And in #Austria, the government has the historic chance to safeguard these essential user rights now!
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#Greece and #Germany have been one of the first countries to incorporate the EU's rules into national law. Germany had a chaotic legislative process, giving civil society like the #FSFE only a few days to assess 400+ pages of the new law. Unfortunately the former pioneer of #RouterFreedom in Europe opens Pandora's Box again.
Greece on the other hand makes a step forward! The regulator had a proper consultation and has a favourable position towards Router Freedom:
The good news: joining the effort to work for #RouterFreedom has become easier than ever before for individuals and organisations. We've compiled an Activity Package that massively eases understanding the whole topic and contains the #FSFE's experience of working for this freedom since 2013.
Also available: a map monitoring the current state of Router Freedom in all EU member states as well as communication templates
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