RightsCon: on the future of the internet (Brussels, 29-31/3/2017)

Hosted by Access Now, RightsCon is where the world’s human rights experts, business leaders, technologists, engineers, investors, activists, and government representatives come together to share ideas, build strategies, showcase new technologies, and create tomorrow’s internet. It is an energizing reminder of the existence of a powerful global digital rights community that is determined to defend human rights and keep the internet open and free.

RightsCon has three full days of community-led programming, plus a day of pre-meetings and satellite events (Day Zero), tackling today’s most challenging business and policy issues.

The RightsCon Brussels 2017 program will address current and emerging issues, such as encryption and cybersecurity, transnational trade agreements, the internet of things, intermediary liability, transparency reporting, smart cities and their impact on society, emerging global markets, complex compliance and regulatory environments, data protection regulation, and more.

Visit the conference website: https://www.rightscon.org/


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