This is information is to publicise another organisation's event, see the event details here www.cl.cam.ac.uk and book a place via FIPR's Eventbrite page www.eventbrite.co.uk
For background on FIPR's birthday and this event see Prof. Ross Anderson's blog at the University of Cambridge Computer Lab - www.lightbluetouchpaper.org
"On May 29th there will be a lively debate in Cambridge between people from NGOs and GCHQ, academia and Deepmind, the press and the Cabinet Office. Should governments be able to break the encryption on our phones? Are we entitled to any privacy for our health and social care records? And what can be done about fake news? If the Internet’s going to be censored, who do we trust to do it?"
To actually reserve a place at this event book via FIPR's Eventbrite page www.eventbrite.co.uk
More details and tickets: www.meetup.com
Imported From: www.meetup.com
We don't know any more about Open Rights Group Cambridge.
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