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Launch of Digital Bill of Rights 2.0 – Digital Rights for Digital Futures

This event is temporarily on hold due to the current COVID-19 situation. Once a new date and location become available we will post updates!


Join us at Digital Rights debate bringing together cross party activists, lawyers, Internet governance pioneers and technical experts

What Digital Rights are needed for users, consumers, union activists, employees to prepare us people for Digital Futures?

Rights or self-Regulation? Who decides the boundaries of censorship if non-electable organisations like Ofcom get to censor?

What rights do we need in the era of AI proliferation?

How can we embed privacy-by-design into new Digital Bill or Rights?

Speakers

Eva Pascoe – Internet governance pioneer, digital rights activist Cybersalon.org

John McDonnel – Shadow Chancellor Labour Party

Richard Barbrook– Senior Lecturer at the Politics Department for Westminster University

Wendy Grossman – digital privacy historian, author of Net.Wars, Open Rights Group

Discussion Panel

Contributors to outline of Digital Bill of Rights from Liberal Democrats, The Green Party and The Conservative Party


🕐1 pm 28 March 2020
📍University of Westminster 
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