Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure e.V.

The FFII is a global network of associations dedicated to information, consumer protection and education about free and open software markets, genuine open standards and patent systems with lesser barriers to competition. The FFII continues to protect consumers and defend your right to a free and competitive software market and information freedom by developing education materials, conducting analysis reports and organizing events.

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Thank you for considering to be a member, user or suporter of the FFII (Foundation for a Free Information Infrastructure), a not-for-profit volunteer organisation established in Munich in 1999. We work globally for a free and fair digital economy.

The FFII e.V. relies on your financial donations and volunteering to sustain the promotion of free information infrastructures.

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OpenTechSummit, May 14th 2015, Berlin

OpenTechSummit 2015

Together with Linuxtag e.V. and Förderverein Freie Netzwerke the FFII co-organizes the OpenTechSummit 2015 in Berlin.

The FFII curates the track “Internet, Society and Patents”. The track covers policy topics ranging from patents, copyright, net neutrality, privacy issues, digital culture and Internet policies.

Other Topics range from open hardware, free knowledge, software development and community networks. In the evening there will be an “OpenTech-Himmelfahrt” social event.


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The FFII is funded partly from individual membership fees, and partly from donations from individuals and larger donors from industry and civil society. Your donations and other contributions help us to make a difference.

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