French pratical guide for CNs and organisations providing an open access to the Internet

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As part of the WP4, studying the legal framework of the community network and actors interacting with them, netCommons publishes short legal practice guides.

The first guide, written in collaboration with La Quadrature du net, is about French law. It aims to offer synthetic and human readable guidelines for organisations providing an open access to the Internet (such as Library or Internet Cafe).

It explains, in French, how these organisations should understand their legal obligations regarding data rentention, data processing and net neutrality.

This guide focuses on:

1. Which websites can be bloked?
2. Which data can be collected?
3. Which data must be retained?

These guidelines will be presented to librarians on Monday January 29, 2018 at the 'Bibliothèques des langues orientales', in Paris.

Many thanks to FFDN(1), a French gathering of community networks, for its contribution.