Malte Spitz, member of the federal executive board of the German Green Party, will visit Washington, DC from June 15th to June 16th on the occasion of the CFP 2011 "The Future is Now." Conference.
Malte Spitz, born in Telgte in 1984, became a member of GRÜNE JUGEND (Green Youth) and BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN (German Greens) in 2001. From 2003 onwards, he was committee member of the GRÜNE JUGEND federal executive board, during the final phase of the European electoral campaign he was secretary general, an office which he held until 2006, when he was elected member of the BÜNDNIS 90/DIE GRÜNEN federal executive board for the first time. His key topics are the domains of privacy and civil liberties, media and cultural policy as well as economics and demographics. Furthermore, since 2011 he acts as international coordinator. Lastly, he is founder of the initiative „Pro Netzneutralität“, a member of "Netzwerk Neue Medien" and "Chaos Computer Club". In 2011, Malte decided to publish a detailed account of his movements after a successful law suit against T-Mobile had allowed him access to his records.