Posted by: Clarinette | March 26, 2010

Lettre a Madame Anne-Marie Escoffier Senateur

Chere Madame,

Je suis juriste, francaise mais residant en Angleterre. Je suis de pres la legislation sur le numerique en Angleterre mais egalement en France .

Permettez-moi de vous remercier tout d’abord pour votre travail et interet pour la vie privee des internautes qui est un sujet qui me preoccupe tout particulierement.

Je partage entierement vos preoccupations quand a l’utilisation des donnees personnelles collectees notamment le caractere de donnee personnelle de l’adresse IP des utilisateurs.

Sans aller plus loin dans le debat, ma premiere reflexion est de regretter que la France seule legifere un domaine ou les frontieres nationales sont transparentes et ou la technologie est en pleine mutation. Je pense en cela a la loi sur la protection du copyright HADOPI.

Nous sommes un certains nombre de juristes francais, angais americains et autres nationalites a debattre sur le site Twitter et a nous indigner des legislations qui ne tiennent pas suffisament compte de la realite de la vie ‘online’.

Chere Madame, je vous invite a venir participer a nos debats et nous eclairer de votre point de vue de ce qu’est la colletecte des donnees personnelles.

Croyez-moi, Twitter n’est pas simplement un site de rencontre et de chat mais bien plus, Twitter a su jouer un role de forum d’echanges d’idees et democratie citoyenne. D’ailleurs d’autres representants politiques francais ou etrangers y sont deja presents.

Je suis convaincue que vous saurais saisir ce forum pour entendre et ecouter les utilisateurs du numerique d’aujourd’hui pour mieux les comprendre.

J’utilise le pseudonyme ‘clarinette02’ . Je serais tres obligee si vous acceptiez mon invitation a joindre mon reseau Twitter (pres de 2400 followers a travers le monde).

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Responses

  1. I am not a lawyer, so can’t comment about the legalities, but I do know that protecting an obsolete business model is not a role for government, and as we have said right from the start, government is not tech savvy enough to catch pirates. It can only persecute (at great expense to taxpayer) the few who don’t even realise torrents can be illegal. It will also add cost to internet access, which will put low income families off using it. In the UK we have the digital economy bill #debill which is the biggest load of rubbish ever, and it will go through parliament in a wash-up if we can’t stop it. It should be thrown out and re-written properly after the election. thousands have written to their mps, but the main problem is the MPs don’t really understand what it is all about, it is very complicated, and one or two parts of it are quite good. These have to be sacrificed to stop all the bad stuff passing along into statute… it must not get through… or our internet and our freedom could get broken. Thanks to the Dark Lord and his cronies, the UK is a laughing stock…

  2. Thanks Cyberdoyle for your comment.
    It is a fact that both HADOPI and Digital Ecomomy Bill are what we would call in French ‘une loi de circonstance’ rushed to be voted before a political election. They are not viable as a ‘law’ in the legal system.

  3. Some news on the HADOPI logo battle: ‘La Marque HADOPIi a l’INPI’ – is this against ‘l’ordre public’? It is argued that their is no “atteinte à des principes essentiels au bon fonctionnement de la société” . the brand had been registered six months earlier and the Law does not any reference to the acronym ‘HADOPI’.
    http://hightech.nouvelobs.com/actualites/20100329.OBS1356/la_marque_hadopi_en_question_a_linpi.html

  4. Numera’s article on why HADOPI first letters promised to be sent out between April and July might not be able to ever show up. The obligation of securisation should be covered by means of telling users HOW to secure their network. And This is the question, HOW? ‘Hadopi : ‘HADOPI, Pourquoi les premiers mails ne pourront pas partir en juin’

    http://www.numerama.com/magazine/15379-hadopi-pourquoi-les-premiers-mails-ne-pourront-pas-partir-en-juin.html?utm_medium=bt.io-twitter&utm_source=direct-bt.io&utm_content=backtype-tweetcount


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