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The Independent View: An invitation to ORGCon 2013: the UK’s leading digital rights conference

It becomes clearer every year how technology affects our rights and civil liberties in all sorts of ways. Businesses or governments try to block access to more information online. States make ever more demands for powers to surveil their citizens. Some of the laws governing what we can say on the Internet are too strict, with people punished severely for saying something online that would not be an offence if it was said in the local pub.

Open Rights Group’s national conference ‘ORGCon’ is the place to learn about, discuss and debate how technology affects our freedoms and democracy in these …

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    I know it is a disappointment to many to hear that idealistic liberalism is not the be all and end all of so many people’s lives (including many perfectly goo...
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    How can we believe that arguing about numbers is going to help us? Statistics are helpful to help us look at the real situations of real people. That is what we...
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    Matt thanks you my valued friend . I know what you experience and it is reflected in how strong you articulate it. Others here, see my link, and comments,...