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The IO Foundation

Providing solutions to respect and protect your Digital Rights The IO Foundation is a non-profit organization born from a fundamental concern on the state of Digital Rights in the world. We aim to raise awareness on the importance of Digital Rights and seek to help in promoting the creation of a Universal Declaration of Digital Rights (UDDR) with the collaboration of other organizations, both from civil society and bodies of governance. To this end, we implement specific programs that help users to protect their data and metadata in their digital interactions. We also organize activities to inform people and provide them with tools to effectively protect their rights.


We’re a new agency working across the world to shape, apply and enforce data rights. We have lawyers, policy experts, technology analysts and applied ethicists working out of offices in London, Brussels and Paris.

Xnet Institute For Democratic Digitalisation

An activist project working and proposing advanced solutions in fields related to digital rights and democracy: freedom of expression; net neutrality; digital privacy; the free circulation of culture, knowledge and information; mechanisms for transparency, participation and citizen control of power and institutions; the defence of citizen journalism for the right to know, inform and be informed; the technical, communications and legal fight against corruption; and the technopolitics understood as the practice of networking and taking action for citizen empowerment, justice and social transformation.

Digital Democracy

Solidarity with frontline communities using tech to defend environmental & human rights. Co-building mapping & monitoring tools. Challenging tech colonialism.

JAAKLAC initiative

Digital rights organization running workshops and promoting digital rights for children in Latin America

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