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[liberationtech] Your are invited to the Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference

Brett Solomon brett at accessnow.org
Thu Oct 13 10:46:54 PDT 2011


Dear friends

On October 25th and 26th, Access will be hosting the Silicon Valley Human
Rights Conference <https://www.rightscon.org/> in San Francisco. The main
focus of the conference is to examine and explore how the high-tech industry
can better plan for and manage the emerging human rights implications of
their technologies. The event is designed as an exchange of experiences,
learnings and best practices between tech companies, grassroots activists,
technologists, civil society organizations, academics and governments.

We've set aside *10 complimentary tickets* for the event specifically for
members of the Liberation Technology community. If interested,
register here<https://www.rightscon.org/register/>using the discount
code LibTech-VIP. After that an additional ten tickets at
25% off will then become available with the code LibTech-VIP1.

Below you'll find a quick preview of the growing list of speakers and
panelists <https://www.rightscon.org/speakers/>.

Hope to see you there,

Brett Solomon
Executive Director, Access

*Speakers and Panelists*

Companies include:
*Twitter*, General Counsel, Alex MacGillivray
*Facebook,* VP of Global Communications, Marketing and Public Policy, Elliot
Schrage
*AT&T*, Director of Policy, Jeffrey Dygert
*Google*, Director of Corporate and Policy Communications (DC), Bob Boorstin
*Mozilla*, CEO, Mitchell Barker
*Microsoft*, Director for Sustainability, Steve Lippman
*YouTube, *Director of Policy and Communications, Victoria Grand
*Union Square Ventures*, Partner, Brad Burnham
*Diaspora, *co-founder, Ilya Zhitomirskiy

Governments include:
*US* - Michael Posner, Assistant Secretary of State
*Sweden* - Ambassador Lisa Svensson
*Holland* - Jocham de Groot (Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
*Tunisia* - Zied Dridi, Director of Internet Services, Tunisian Internet
Agency

Civil Society include:
*Rebecca MacKinnon,* Writer, Internet freedom activist at the New America
Foundation
*Widney Brown*, Director, International Law and Policy at Amnesty
International
*Andrew MacLaughlin*, Former head of policy Google and Deputy CTO at the
Whitehouse
*Jim Fruchterman,* CEO @ Benetech
*Katrin Verclas, *Director, MobileActive
*Jillian York,* Director for International Freedom of Expression and Blogger
at the EFF
*Susan Morgan*, Executive Director, GNI

Bloggers, Media and Technologists include:
*Robert Scoble,* Blogger, Chief Learning Officer @ Rackspace
*Sascha Meinrath*, Internet in a Suitcase Project @ New America Foundation's
Open Technology Initiative
*John Markoff, *Science and Technology Reporter, New York Times
*Peter Fein *Agent @ Telecomix

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