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Internet Freedom

Should the internet be controlled? And can it be?

The internet is holding governments to account by creating a platform for leaked information as well as for protest groups to freely talk. Join us to debate whether the internet can and should be controlled. Speakers include Herbert Snorsson,founder of Openleaks.org, David Clemente, Chatham House and Steve Murdoch, Computer Laboratory University of Cambridge.


Herbert Snorsson | talks
David Clemente | talks
Steve Murdoch | talks


Date and Time:

27 October 2011 at 6:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Mill Lane Lecture Rooms
8 Mill Lane

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Organised by:

Festival of Ideas
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01223 766766

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