Science enthusiasts from Basingstoke IVC and Science cafe invite you to join Bob at a virtual talk from the University of East Anglia’s London Lecture 2020 series.
Go to the web page below to register and receive the link for this lecture by email.
From surveillance to copyright, from pornography to trolling and fake news, governments have an abject record in their attempts to regulate the internet so far… and it doesn’t look likely to improve.
As Dr Paul Bernal from UEA’s School of Law will explain in this online lecture, this is primarily because of a failure to understand – let alone accept – the messy, imperfect and complex nature of the internet, and the way that people use it in all aspects of their lives.
In light of the concern relating to COVID-19 and the increased necessity to contain the spread of infection, this London Lecture has been moved to an online platform. You’ll be able to enjoy the lecture live from the comfort of your own home, complete with slides and audience Q&A. There’s no need to install any software – simply register your details, then click the link that we’ll email to you just before the event to join us online.
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