Some People Think the Internet is a Bad Thing: The Struggle for Freedom of Expression in Cyberspace

Join Amnesty International UK and the Observer Newspaper for a unique global event. On 6 June we will use the internet to link activists from around the world to discuss the struggle against internet repression and to celebrate the irrepressible desire of people towards freedom of expression.

Wednesday 6 June 18.30 (UK/19.30 Europe/13.30 EST/ 10.30 PST)

Speakers include: Martha Lane Fox, Clark Boyd, Richard Stallman, Ron Deibert, Sami Ben Garbia, Josh Wolf, Morton Sklar, Yan Sham-Shackleton, Markus Beckedahl, Kevin Anderson, Shava Nerad and contributions from Jimmy Wales, Cory Doctorow, Ethan Zuckerman, Dan Gillmor, Yu Ling and Jonathan Zittrain.

A unique global event linking activists from around the world to discuss the struggle against internet repression. Wherever you are, you will be able to watch the debate live on the day by webcast, and ask questions at www.amnesty.org.uk/webcast.

For sneak preview of the event go to www.amnesty.org.uk/irrepressible.

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