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Thursday, May 17 • 16:00 - 17:00
The Impact of the lack of Network Neutrality on Freedom of Expression in MENA region

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Network Access and Discrimination in MENA

This session is about barriers to an accessible, free, and open Internet in the MENA region and how that impacts a range of things from freedom of expression to entrepreneurship. The role of governments as well as that of private corporations will be discussed.

Moderators
avatar for Khalid Ibrahim

Khalid Ibrahim

Executive Director, Gulf Centre for Human Rights
A certified specialist in the field of human rights with an interest in the use of new technologies to enhance the protection of human rights in the MENA region.

Speakers
avatar for Lucie Krahulcova

Lucie Krahulcova

Policy Analyst, Access Now
EU Policy Analyst at the Access Now Brussels office. Working on export controls, surveillance, government hacking, encryption, law enforcement, Internet of Things, vulnerability disclosure... Let's talk!
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Keith McManamen

Strategic Analyst, Psiphon
avatar for Kristina Stockwood

Kristina Stockwood

Chair of the Advisory Board, Gulf Centre for Human Rights
Human rights defenders in the Middle East, women's rights, environmental protection, freedom of expression, Mini Aussie Shepherds


Thursday May 17, 2018 16:00 - 17:00
204A

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