Who runs the internet? Wikileaks, piracy and censorship

We’re once again running a fringe meeting at the Liberal Democrat spring conference. This time we’re looking at the internet and who is allowed to control whom:

Who runs the internet? Wikileaks, piracy and censorship

WikileaksLibel law reform campaigner and former MP Evan Harris, website pioneer Mary Reid, James Blessing of the Internet Service Providers’ Assoication (ISPA) and Jim Killock of the digital rights champions Open Rights Group debate recent issues about free speech and the internet with chair Mark Pack.

Meeting Room 6, Mercure St Paul’s Hotel, 119 Norfolk Street, Sheffield S1 2JE
12 March · 20:00 – 21:00

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