Google and Demos are holding a discussion about online privacy, with:
* Peter Fleischer, Global Privacy Counsel for Google
* Catherine Fieschi, Director of Demos, Chair
* Bobbie Johnson, Deputy Editor, TechnologyGuardian
* William Dutton, Director, Oxford Internet Institute
July 5th 2007, 6pm – 8pm, Google offices, Victoria.
As the internet becomes more integrated into our everyday lives, the issue of privacy becomes ever more important. With the amount of information online increasing through ever expanding uses of technology, what is the right approach to protecting the privacy of users?
In the context of Demos’ ongoing work on privacy and information sharing, this event will explore the implications of these developments for the privacy of the individual. It will ask what the opportunities and challenges are in an era where our online behaviour and relationships are more important than ever.
Peter Fleischer will be joined by an expert panel to assess the social and political implications of a changing privacy landscape, and map the new boundaries and relationships that constitute our privacy.
We do hope you can join us for what will be a thought-provoking and in-depth discussion.
The event is free but space is limited; if you would like to attend please write to [email protected], or call 0207 367 6331.
Official Website: http://www.demos.co.uk/events/searchmewhatshappeningtoprivacyonline
Added by demosevents on July 2, 2007