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전문

우리는 자유롭고 개방된 인터넷이 더 나은 세상을 만든다고 믿는다. 인터넷을 자유롭고 개방된 공간으로 남겨두기 위해 우리는 커뮤니티, 기업, 그리고 국가들에게 아래 원칙의 중요성을 인정하기를 요청하는 바이다. 우리는 이 원칙을 통해 더 많은 창조, 혁신이 일어나고 더 열린 사회가 구현될 것이라 믿는다.

우리가 이러한 국제적 운동에 동참하고자 하는 것은 이 것이 싸울만한 가치가 있는 싸움이라고 생각하기 때문이다.

이제 다음과 같은 원칙들에 대해 논의해보도록 하자. 동의하든, 동의하지 않아도 좋다. 이에 대해서 토론하고, 번역하고, 그리고 이 원칙들을 당신의 것으로 만들고, 이 원칙들을 인터넷만이 가능하게 할 수 있는 소통의 방법을 통해서 당신이 속한 커뮤니티에서 논의해보도록 하자.

인터넷을 자유롭고 개방된 공간으로 만들기 위해 우리와 함께 노력하자.

 

선언문

우리는 열린 인터넷과 자유로운 사용을 지지한다.

우리는 인터넷 정책을 만들고 다섯가지 기본 원칙을 수립하는 데 있어서 투명하고 참여적 과정을 지지한다.

  • -표현:인터넷의 검열을 반대한다.
  • -접근:모든 사람의 빠르고 저렴한 인터넷망의 접근을 장려한다.
  • -공개: 인터넷을 모든 사람이 자유롭게 연결하고, 소통하고, 글을 쓰고, 읽고, 보고, 말하고, 듣고, 배우고, 창조하며 혁신할 수 있는 열린 네트워크로 지켜간다.
  • -혁신: 허가 없이도 혁신하고 창조할 수 있는 자유를 지킨다. 신기술을 막지 말고, 그 사용자들의 행위로 인해 혁신가들을 벌하지 마라.
  • -사생활 보호: 사생활을 지키고, 개인 각자가 어떻게 자료를 이용하고 기기를 사용하는 지에 대한 사용자 결정권을 존중하라.

 

 

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