Exit Festival and the A3 Format group invited designers and all other creative citizens to participate in the creation of “The Alphabet of Freenternet“ – a unique book which aim is to graphically and textually explain some of the most important terms concerning the Internet and the freedom of expression. The best ideas will be printed in the “Alphabet of Freenternet“ publication, which will be handed out to the festival visitors.
Follow this link to view the winning entries, and the winners are:
During the past year we have all been witness to the attempts directed at limiting the Internet’s status as a global place of free communication and the freedom of expression. Its non-existent boundaries are a phenomenon rarely seen in the history.
The Internet made millions, even billions of people more open to the knowledge aquisition and global communications by the access it allows. It democratized the general public, and made fact manipulation harder than ever.
The Internet is still a fresh phenomenon, while still modifying faster than we could ever have imagined. The privileges of the Internet are, sadly, abused by the people engaged in organized crime, spreading ethnic hatred and pedophilia, and in that sense, demands for certain regulations are the logical steps.<