Privacy Matters – Manchester Meet-up

ORG Manchester is delighted to be launching a new ‘Privacy Matters’ series of meetings to bring together people and organisations that are interested in talking about issues affecting us on the use of technology, privacy, surveillance and freedom of expression online.

At our first meeting ORG Manchester is joined by NO2ID.

At the meeting, we will give a general overview of all the current issues affecting privacy in the UK. Topics we will cover will include, The Online Safety Bill, Central Bank Digital Currencies, the use of pre-crime AI technology, Digital Identity, changes to UK Data Protection Laws, Surveillance of marginalized groups and the use of digital evidence in cases like the Manchester 10.

This will be a great introductory session for any campaigners, academics, professionals, students, journalists, or interested members of the public who have an interest in technology, privacy and digital rights issues.

We are meeting in room F11 in the Friends Meeting House at 1pm for two hours. After the event, we will find a local pub or bar if people want to informally socialise. Everyone is welcome to attend this event – we promote inclusivity.

Please contact James Baker if you have any questions about this event.