Digital rights conference in London: ORGCon

Posted at 10:00 on 14 Sep 2017 by Pandora / Blake

Tags: Age Verification, Digital Economy Act, events, ORGCon, Porn Censorship, talks

Open Rights Group presents ORGCon - The Digital Fightback Begins

I'm really excited to be going back to ORGcon, the UK’s biggest digital rights conference. I haven't been since 2009, when I found it really inspiring and took away ideas that have stayed with me.

Myles Jackman and I will be sharing a 30-minute slot, covering how porn is "the canary in the coalmine" when it comes to free speech, the privacy risks of the Digital Economy Act, and where we go from here. I also hope to cover within that how porn censorship will impact upon members of marginalised communities, with a particular focus on queer sexuality - a subject close to my heart, and to many of yours I think.

I'm looking forward to it; it's always great to stand beside Myles - as at our talk at ORG London in April.

We're speaking on day 1 which is Saturday 4th November, but the event runs all weekend, and you can purchase tickets on the ORGcon website now. It should be a fantastic day crammed full of fascinating talks, so if you care about civil liberties, net neutrality, digital rights and how politics, technology and freedom intersect, you'll get a lot out of it. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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