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[liberationtech] Fwd: GNI event at Stanford Law School

Vivek S. vivekdse at stanford.edu
Wed Nov 18 17:45:46 PST 2015


Stanford Law School and Global Network Initiative are organizing an event
on free expression and digital privacy that would be of interest to many
people in this group.  Please see below for details.



Warm regards,

S. Vivek


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http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/events/privacy-security-and-freedom-expression-challenges-human-rights-and-data-regulation


December 2, 2015
9:30 am to 4:30 pm

What, if anything, should we do about extremist content on the Internet?
What is the role of Internet companies in promoting free expression and
privacy around the world? How should we manage data requests from law
enforcement and intelligence agencies around the world, when countries have
different privacy protections and different laws?

The Global Network Initiative and the Center for Internet and Society will
host an all-day Learning Event on Wednesday December 2nd at Stanford Law
School covering some hot topics for free expression and digital privacy.

In a series of panel and interactive discussions, we will address the
global response to extremist content and cross-border data movement.

In addition, a panel with representatives of internet and telecommunication
companies will assess the new Ranking Digital Rights Corporate
Accountability Index with RDR Director Rebecca MacKinnon, and discuss
companies’ policies and practices for free expression, privacy, and
increasing requests from governments around to world to monitor and
restrict content.
Lunch will be served.

No cost for registration.
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