Today, a group of 18 organizations representing a broad spectrum of society and the economy has sent an open letter to Ed Vaizey, MP, the UK Minister in charge of digital issues, to call on the UK Government to reflect their recent commitment to the open Internet in action on the ground. Skype is part of this initiative because we believe it is important to remind policy makers, local governments and regulators throughout Europe that a verbal commitment will not be sufficient to establish and protect openness. Read more
EU laws already protect the open Internet: let's enforce them now to stop the rise of the 'unternets'
There’s a sign in a street near the Skype office which reads: I can’t understand why people are afraid of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old ones. I like that. It is actually indicative of some of the things… Read more
Neelie Kroes (second from right) at the Skype office in Tallinn Skype is proud to be one of the few global Internet innovations that comes from Europe. So today it was a pleasure and honour to welcome in Skype’s… Read more
Back in April, I encouraged everyone to respond to the French authorities’ consultations on net neutrality. Thank you very, very much to all of you Internet users, software developers, and other good people who spoke out in favour of the… Read more
Уже некоторое время, Skype совместно с Российским Красным Крестом практикует видео-мосты в разных городах, для того чтобы дать возможность ветеранам, разделенных расстояниями в разных городах, увидеть друг-друга. Видео о том, как подобные акции проходили в прошлом году, можно посмотреть… Read more