Public Lecture Series – Protecting Digital Privacy


Our Digital Revolution: Beyond Good and Evil?

The Brunel Public Lecture Series returns with three expert panels exploring the many challenges we face in the Age of the Digital Revolution.

Discussing digital responses to global challenges, community wellbeing and individual rights – the Series is free and open to all.

Join us from 6.00pm, for a 6.30pm start, and enjoy our complimentary drinks reception and digital installation.

Everyone welcome!

Protecting Digital Privacy –  Wednesday 20 February

Can we protect our privacy and rights in a digital world?

Chaired by Alexandra Xanthaki

Professor Will Self

Off-Grid: You Don’t Have to be ‘The Unabomber’ to Go Off-Grid –  Individual Choice and Our Experiences with Data

Professor Panos Louvieris

The Digital Prosumer – an innovative trading platform to facilitate a fair and open data market

 Dr Christine Riefa

An evolution of Internet Law – safeguarding the consumer in future digital landscapes







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