Special Launch Event: Freedom on the Net 2016

    

FREEDOM ON THE NET 2016

Monday, November 14, 2016
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m
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Lunch will be served at noon

Google
25 Massachusetts Ave NW
Suite 900
Washington, D.C. 20001

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Please join us for the launch of Freedom on the Net 2016, the latest edition of Freedom House’s annual assessment of online censorship and user rights in 65 countries around the world. The panel will discuss trends in internet freedom, and the advances and setbacks over the past year, including the new restrictions on social media and communication tools, most censored topics and apps, and the expansion of digital activism.

Introductory Remark by:
The Honorable Ron Wyden
United States Senator

Speakers:
Sanja Kelly
Director, Freedom on the Net
Freedom House

Darya Luganskaya
Moscow-based tech journalist

'Gbenga Sesan
Executive Director
Paradigm Initiative Nigeria

Sally Shipman Wentworth
Vice President of Global Policy
Internet Society

Moderator:
Daniel Calingaert
Acting President
Freedom House

 

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