Big Brother Watch is very pleased to announce that Mr Timothy Edgar, President Obama’s first director of privacy and civil liberties for the White House National Security Staff, will be joining a panel of guests to discuss the topic of ‘After Snowden – surveillance in a transparent world‘. The event will consider the impact of […]
As we did last year, Big Brother Watch is attending and speaking at all three party conferences – below are details of our events that we’re speaking at and hosting. Liberal Democrat Monday 16th September 20.00-21.15 What next for Liberty and Surveillance? -PRISM, TEMPORA and the Snoopers’ Charter Julian Huppert MP Alan Travis, Guardian […]
Big Brother Watch will be attending all three party conferences this year – here are the details of our events. For the events at UKIP and Conservative conferences you will not need a security pass, however both the Labour and Liberal Democrat events are inside the secure zone. Full details are below.
On Monday, Big Brother Watch will be discussing the future of civil liberties under the coalition at Lib Dem Conference in Birmingham. I’ll be discussing the DNA Database, Stop and Search, the aftermath of the London riots and any topics the audience would like to bring up with two excellent commentators, Dr Prateek Buch and James […]
'Voices of Freedom' debate hosted by the IEA The Free Society and Privacy International present "Civil Liberties: Up in smoke? Pre-debate drinks will be hosted from 6.15pm courtesy of Boisdale. The debate will start at 7pm and finish at 8pm. IEA, 2 Lord North Street, London, SW1 (door on Great Peter Street) Chaired by Mark […]