EDRI-gram is a biweekly newsletter about digital civil rights in Europe. Currently 32 privacy and civil rights organisations have EDRI membership. They are based or have offices in 20 different countries in Europe. European Digital Rights takes an active interest in developments in all countries within the territory of the Council of Europe and wants to share knowledge and awareness through the EDRI-grams. All contributions, suggestions for content or agenda-tips are most welcome.
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Newsletter editor since 1 January 2006: Bogdan Manolea, APTI (Romania)
Founder and editor 2003-2005: Sjoera Nas, Bits of Freedom (NL)
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EDRI-gram is available in German, a few days after the English edition. The translation is done by Andreas Krisch from the EDRI-member VIBE!AT - Austrian Association for Internet Users. Translations are available for all 2006 editions at
(Parts of) EDRI-gram are also available in Macedonian, a few days after the English edition. The contents are the same. Translations are provided by EDRI-member Metamorphosis
The EDRI-gram in Macedonian can be read on-line via http://www.metamorphosis.org.mk/edrigram-mk.php
In 2005 and 2004 EDRI-gram was also available in Ukrainian, thanks to Privacy Ukraine. The archive can be read on-line via http://www.internetrights.org.ua/index.php?page=edri-gram
In 2004 EDRI-gram was available in Russian. The archive can be read on-line via http://www.hro.org/editions/edri/
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Publication of this newsletter was made possible between 2003 and 2005 by a grant from the Open Society Institute (OSI). In 2006, several private donors have ensured the continuation of EDRI-gram. OSI helped once again with a smaller donation. In 2007, OSI renewed its grant to EDRI for the publication of this newsletter.