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Soutenez La Quadrature du Net !

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Soutenez La Quadrature du Net !

More than ever it has become essential to raise awareness on the importance of defending our rights to free speech and privacy on internet, as well as the battle to maintain and defend net neutrality.

By donating to la Quadrature du Net, you'll contribute to the sustainability and independance of the team monitoring the evolution of these matters in France and at the European level.

En donnant à la Quadrature du Net, vous aidez à la défense des libertés fondamentales sur Internet et au-delà. Vos dons constituent la ressource principale de notre action et le gage de notre indépendance.

Pour nous permettre d'avoir une meilleure vue sur notre budget, nous vous proposons de mettre en place prioritairement un don régulier, même modeste. Mais vous pouvez bien sûr nous faire un don ponctuel qui sera tout autant apprécié !

(Via @laquadrature)

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