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Over at the Open Gardens blog, there is a survey for the European Internet Foundation (EIF). The survey is basically a collection of interest questions highlighting a soon coming conversation and resultant initiatives which will drive European internet development and policy.

One of the things that I liked about this survey, being that I am not a European but (we all are) invited to contribute, is how the topics cover technological, social, educational, and political issues around the internet. And while it is true that no policy will ever execute or encompass all viewpoints, it is at least a commendable effort for this forum to address these options.

If you are interested in learning more about the EIF’s efforts, visit the EIF website and contribute your responses to the Open Gardens EIF survey.

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