We are at RightsCon 2017 in Brussels this week with many of our friends and colleagues globally to discuss how to keep the Internet open, free, and secure. From Wednesday to Friday there are 1,200+ attendees from 95 countries with 500+ organizations, tech companies, universities, startups, and governments attending. There has never been a more important time for all of us to meet to tackle the issues at stake.
Check out the entire list of speakers and sessions here and for a look into the wide variety of topics on which we are speaking please find the details below.
The Opening Ceremonies featuring Mozilla’s Executive Chairwoman, Mitchell Baker, will be livestreamed here along with other sessions in the Palace Ballroom.
Also, keep an eye on the main Mozilla blog on Wednesday for us to reveal who won the Equal Rating Innovation Challenge to spur innovation in bringing the next wave of people online.
If you still can’t get enough RightsCon coverage, some of our global Mozilla community members will be reporting live on our Mozillagram Instagram channel and you can take part and keep up to date on all the conversations around the event using #RightsCon.
Day 1: Wednesday, March 29 (all times are CET)
9:00 – 10:15
All We Need is L…Privacy By Design And By Default
Encryption Fights Around The World
Equal Rating Innovation Challenge Winners Announcement
Funding For Digital Rights Organizations
Day 2: Thursday, March 30
Coding With Conscience: The Role Of Ethics In Programming
Modern Rules For All Creators and Users: A Progressive Copyright Framework For Europe
Unfairness by Algorithm: Distilling the Harms of Automated Decision Making
From Ad-Hoc to Prepared: Developing an Anti Online Harassment Infrastructure
Connecting the Unconnected: Innovative Ways to Provide Affordable Access to the Internet
Corporate Sponsorship of NGOs and Conferences: Ethics and Independence
Day 3: Friday, March 31
Privacy for Everyone: Using Libraries to Promote Digital Privacy
Towards a Priva-TISA-tion of Human Rights?
Strengthen the Effectiveness and Connectivity Between Corporations’ and Civil Societies’ Transparency Report
Is The Internet Unhealthy? How Do You Measure It?
OTT Services: Leveling the Field for Digital Rights
Keeping Up With the GAFAs: Competition Policy and Internet Openness