in keeps us busy! The recent EU guidelines are differently interpreted in national states. is a positive example while effectively endangers the freedom users had since 2016. And in , the government has the historic chance to safeguard these essential user rights now!

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and 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 only a few days to assess 400+ pages of the new law. Unfortunately the former pioneer of 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:

➡️ fsfe.org/news/2021/news-202105

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In , the government has the chance to safeguard Router Freedom from the start. In order to do so, they have to integrate directly in the new law instead of delegating this to their national regulating agency RTR. We work together with @epicenter_works to influence the situation to the better:

➡️ fsfe.org/news/2021/news-202105

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The good news: joining the effort to work for 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 '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

➡️ fsfe.org/news/2021/news-202103

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So, what's the state of in your country? Share your experience and help us monitoring the situation. This way, we can better evaluate where to focus our activity on!

➡️ survey.fsfe.org/index.php/6284

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@fsfe does matthias kirschner still work for you?

@selamatC (It makes sense to start a new conversation for a new topic.) You can look up on fsfe.org who is working for this NGO. @fsfe

@ber @fsfe usually in activism it makes sense to raise issues in places where those who may not be aware of issues with the organization are. FSFE's political hypocrisy is worth raising in all areas that its potential supporters may find so they are aware of what kind of organization it is.

@selamatC You are raising questions you know the answer for. Why? You are insinuating "hypocrisy" without giving references, evidence or arguments. If you have an issue, please name it. @fsfe

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