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Rubber Duck Stuffed With Data – Recipes For A Digital Revolution

Rubber Duck Stuffed With Data
Rubber Duck Stuffed With Data, Colombia (CC-BY)
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Our cookbook, Recipes for a Digital Revolution, features 10 inspiring digital rights campaigns from Latin America in the form of recipes.

Objective: To influence the development of new Internet legislation and the public debate about digital rights.

Serving: 268


  • Rubber Duck USB Drives
  • Summary of key digital rights information Volunteers to save data on drives
  • Plan for delivery to Congress

Cooking directions:

Organise a “hackathon” where volunteers save digital rights information onto dozens of USB drives shaped like yellow rubber ducks. Then give one duck to each member of Congress in your country to let them know you are monitoring the development of new legislation.

Who did this?

The Colombian grassroots coalition “RedPatoDos” (meaning “Internet for Everyone” in Spanish) plays on words to emphasise the middle syllables “Pato” (also meaning: “Duck”).

When? June 2015

Link: Redpatodos.co

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