ORG Sheffield May meet-up: the Queen's speech
Tuesday, 14 May 2013 from 18:30 to 22:30 (BST)
Sheffield, United Kingdom
The Queen's speech was delivered on 9 May, mentioning a copyright bill, and an intent to "look at" carrier-grade network address translation (NAT) and its implications for tracing internet activity to a single user account. Could the coalition precipitate the UK-wide adoption of IPv6? We'll be taking a look at how the Government's legislative plans might engage with digital rights over the coming year.
- an introduction to the MedConfidential campaign fighting for the privacy of your medical records;
- an ORGCon North round-up from those who attended; and
- our regular round-up and discussion of the latest digital-rights news, opinions, and happenings.
When & Where
Open Rights Group Sheffield
Monthly meet-ups for anyone interested in digital rights: copyright, freedom of expression, censorship, parody, privacy, open data, free software... see the Open Rights Group website for the kind of issues we discuss.
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