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Clarence Mitchell is guest speaker on "Social media, online privacy and the 'right to be forgotten'"

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Clarence Mitchell is guest speaker on "Social media, online privacy and the 'right to be forgotten'"

Post by sharonl on 17.02.11 7:22

Social media, online privacy and the 'right to be forgotten'

Tuesday, 22nd March 2011
VENUE:Bill Boeing Room, No.4 Hamilton Place, London W1J 7BQ

This event is CPD Certified

Baroness Buscombe

Guest of Honour: Baroness Buscombe, Chairman, Press Complaints Commission
This seminar will examine the challenges facing individuals, regulators and business in protecting themselves and their information on the web. The event will consider whether users should have the right to have all information relating to them removed from sites upon request, what privacy means in the world of Facebook and Twitter, and options for regulating content on social networking sites.

We are delighted that Richard Allan, Director of Policy EU, Facebook; Baroness Buscombe, Chairman, Press Complaints Commission and Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner will be delivering keynote addresses at this seminar.

Other confirmed speakers include: Caspar Bowden, Chief Privacy Advisor, EMEA, Microsoft; Anna Bradley, Chair, Communications Consumer Panel; David Allen Green, Head of Media, Preiskel & Co; Philip James, Senior Associate, Media, Brands and Technology, Lewis Silkin; Jim Killock, Executive Director, Open Rights Group; Tessa Mayes, writer and film director; Clarence Mitchell, Director, Media Strategy & Public Affairs, Lewis PR; Pete Murray, President, National Union of Journalists; John Naughton, Professor of the Public Understanding of Technology, Open University; Chris Pounder, Co-founder and Director, Amberhawk; Rob Reid, Scientific Policy Advisor, Which? and Nick Stringer, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Internet Advertising Bureau.

The Earl of Erroll has kindly agreed to chair part of this event

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