Professor Tim Wu, author of "The Master Switch" and EFF founder John Perry Barlow will be the headline speakers at Open Rights Group's annual conference this year, set to be their biggest ever event.
The conference, ORGCon 2013, is on Saturday 8 June and ORG is taking over the IET in central London for the day-long event.
Announcing details of the event this week, Jim Killock, Executive Director of Open Rights Group, said:
"With digital issues constantly rising up the political agenda more and more people are coming to us, concerned about their rights. This event will enable you to find out what we are doing to campaign for your rights, and to find out how you can get involved and defend your rights to free speech, privacy and creativity online. And we're very pleased to have Professor Tim Wu and John Barlow coming over from America to speak this year."
Last year's event sold out, and tickets for ORGCon 2013 are already selling fast. In addition to the main speakers, the conference will include sessions and workshops on net filtering, open data, the Communications Data Bill and copyright.
Tickets are available at orgcon.openrightsgroup.org and new supporters of ORG can get a free ticket. The event is sponsored by Andrews and Arnold (aaisp.net) who champion unfiltered internet services and strongly support ORG's stance on privacy .