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re:publica is a conference in Europe that deals with the Web 2.0, especially blogs, social media and information society. It annually takes place in May in Berlin. During three days talks and workshops about various topics are held, ranging from media and culture over politics and technology to entertainment. All talks and discussions are streamed directly to the internet. In 2011, Daniel Domscheit-Berg introduced the project OpenLeaks as a planned politically neutral alternative to WikiLeaks during the conference.

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  • Die re:publica ist eine Konferenz zur digitalen Gesellschaft, speziell Netzkultur, Netzpolitik, Weblogs und weiteren sozialen Medien. Die Konferenz wird seit 2007 jährlich in Berlin veranstaltet. An drei Tagen werden in Vorträgen und Workshops verschiedene Themenfelder behandelt, von Medien und Kultur über Politik und Technik bis zu Entertainment. Einige Vorträge und Diskussionsrunden werden als Audio- oder Videostream live ins Netz übertragen. Der Name leitet sich vom Wort Republik und dem lateinischen Begriff res publica (wörtlich übersetzt: „öffentliche Sache“) ab. Veranstalter sind die Betreiber der deutschen Blogs Spreeblick und Netzpolitik.org, die für die Veranstaltung 2011 die republica GmbH gegründet haben. Die Veranstaltungsreihe wird unter anderem durch das Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg und die Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung gefördert. (de)
  • re:publica is a conference in Europe that deals with the Web 2.0, especially blogs, social media and information society. It annually takes place in May in Berlin. During three days talks and workshops about various topics are held, ranging from media and culture over politics and technology to entertainment. All talks and discussions are streamed directly to the internet. The conference is organized by the operators of the German blogs Spreeblick and netzpolitik.org and is funded by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg and Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung. Re:publica stems from res publica which translates to "public matter". The first re:publica, with the slogan "Leben im Netz" (Life in the internet), took place from 11 to 13 April 2007 and attracted about 700 visitors. Over the years the event grew continually, with 5000 international visitors and about 350 speakers in 2013. Each year, different main focusses were set, for example data protection in 2008 and intellectual property rights and political aspects of internet usage in 2009. In 2011, Daniel Domscheit-Berg introduced the project OpenLeaks as a planned politically neutral alternative to WikiLeaks during the conference. A highlight in 2012 was a talk with the European Commissioner for Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes who demanded to stop ACTA and SOPA. The eighth re:publica, titled "Into the Wild", took place in May 2014. The conference had 350 sessions on 18 stages, 500 volunteers and 6000 people overall, breaking its attendance record. The ninth re:publica took place from 5 May 2015 to 7 May 2015 with over 7000 people attending and 450 speakers, was the biggest re:publica ever. (en)
  • La conferenza re:publica è un evento che ruota intorno alla sfera culturale del Web 2.0, su argomenti come i blog, i social media e la . È organizzata dal 2007 a Berlino, dove i suoi lavori si tengono con cadenza annuale. Nell'arco di tre giorni di lavori, vengono affrontati una serie di argomenti, attraverso lezioni e laboratori, attinenti ai tema dell'edizione, riguardanti i mass media, la cultura, la politica, le tecnologie per l'intrattenimento, ecc. Tutte le lezioni e le discussioni che animano la conferenza sono generalmente trasmesse in diretta streaming e messe a disposizione in rete. Organizzatori della conferenza sono gli operatori che danno vita a due blog tedeschi, e Netzpolitik.org. La serie di conferenze è promosso dalla e dal (Agenzia federale per la formazione politica). (it)
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  • Die re:publica ist eine Konferenz zur digitalen Gesellschaft, speziell Netzkultur, Netzpolitik, Weblogs und weiteren sozialen Medien. Die Konferenz wird seit 2007 jährlich in Berlin veranstaltet. An drei Tagen werden in Vorträgen und Workshops verschiedene Themenfelder behandelt, von Medien und Kultur über Politik und Technik bis zu Entertainment. Einige Vorträge und Diskussionsrunden werden als Audio- oder Videostream live ins Netz übertragen. Der Name leitet sich vom Wort Republik und dem lateinischen Begriff res publica (wörtlich übersetzt: „öffentliche Sache“) ab. (de)
  • re:publica is a conference in Europe that deals with the Web 2.0, especially blogs, social media and information society. It annually takes place in May in Berlin. During three days talks and workshops about various topics are held, ranging from media and culture over politics and technology to entertainment. All talks and discussions are streamed directly to the internet. In 2011, Daniel Domscheit-Berg introduced the project OpenLeaks as a planned politically neutral alternative to WikiLeaks during the conference. (en)
  • La conferenza re:publica è un evento che ruota intorno alla sfera culturale del Web 2.0, su argomenti come i blog, i social media e la . È organizzata dal 2007 a Berlino, dove i suoi lavori si tengono con cadenza annuale. Nell'arco di tre giorni di lavori, vengono affrontati una serie di argomenti, attraverso lezioni e laboratori, attinenti ai tema dell'edizione, riguardanti i mass media, la cultura, la politica, le tecnologie per l'intrattenimento, ecc. Tutte le lezioni e le discussioni che animano la conferenza sono generalmente trasmesse in diretta streaming e messe a disposizione in rete. (it)
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