ORGCON 2012 with Lessig, Seltzer (and me)!: Mar 24, London

Nisha from the Open Rights Group sez,

Lawrence Lessig, Cory Doctorow and Wendy Seltzer will be leading this year's Open Rights Group conference (aka ORGCon) in London on 24th March 2012. From the government snooping on your data to default internet blocking and monitoring to the corporate capture of state and democratic institutions - we'll be covering vast regions of the digital rights sphere. And there may even be a competition or two! Sessions will include:

* Lawrence Lessig on "Recognizing the fight we're in: A plea for some realism about IP activism"

* Cory Doctorow on "The Coming War on General Purpose Computing: The copyright wars were only the first level"

* Wendy Seltzer on the SOPA/PIPA challenge in the US

* Ross Anderson, Cambridge Professor of Security Engineering, on the problems with Anonymity in Open Government Data.

* Tom Lowenthal, Mozilla Privacy Expert, on the Do Not Track - tracking cookies, advertising and privacy

* Graham Smith, Legal Expert, on "'Have warrant, will extradite - copyright cops go international"

* Theo Bertram, UK Policy Manager for Google, and Jeff Lynn, COADEC Director, on the Communications Bill: Copyright Enforcement

And much much more... BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW!

Announcing ORGCon 2012


  1. Glad you know you’re speaking Cory! I just had an email from someone saying they were looking forward to hearing me talk, and indeed, there I am in the programme.  Turns out to be misinterpretation of an email.

    Luckily all is now sorted, and I am delighted that I am going to be talking (on open hardware licensing, and how it could be much simpler).

    See you there!

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