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TheGoodData is the first data coop. It improves people's privacy while doing some social good. Its browser extension blocks trackers and anonymously process and trades a small part of data for charities. In exchange, users become the sole owners of the company. TheGoodData has started supporting users to effectively own their browsing data, but is expected to develop new features to regain ownership of other sets of data: mobile, financial, etc.
Secure Scuttlebutt (SSB) is a P2P database and decentralized cryptographic social network.
Alcoress defines itself as an association focussed on the creation of sustainable employment following the principles of the Economy for the Common Good.It is a collaborative community comprised of volunteers, professionals and local companies based on Alcorcón (Madrid, Spain).
El poder de Moovit reside en la cooperación con usuarios como tú, nuestra increíble comunidad de pasajeros. Simplemente utilizando Moovit, estás ayudando a mejorar el transporte de cada día
Our goal is to build a RBE Software System that facilitates the request,delivery, and monitoring of life items to all the people of the world.
A Website informing temporary workers in the US about their rights, about reliable contractors and “fixers” and answers specific questions in order to prevent abuse. It also offers low tech options.
La primera red social que paga al universitario por tomar buenos apuntes y permite descargarlos. GRATIS.
A global community of (mostly) young Europeans. We aspire to put our time and effort into solving the global societal, economic, environmental, security and energy problems threatening Europe and humanity in general. We care about things like open access to knowledge; openness and transparency of government; food security; smart communities; decentralised economic architecture; free/open source software; and art.
H4ckademy is a code retreat for programmers that want to improve their habilities working on open source projects. Next edition will take place during 9 weeks in Madrid, starting on June 22nd 2015.
The CycleStreets Photomap is a user-generated resource containing over 56,000 images of bicycle-related infrastructure from around the world, for the purposes of cycling advocacy: http://www.cyclestreets.net/photomap/ All locations are fully-categorised, and contain metadata such as type, good/bad, location, captions, keywords (tags), time & date: http://www.cyclestreets.net/photos/categories/ An API for third-party use is available: http://www.cyclestreets.net/api/v2/ It can also be used as the basis for tools for cycle infrastructure audit, e.g. http://www.urbancycleparking.


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