VIDEO: CENSORSHIP 2020: The Future of Free Speech Online #censorship #netfreedom @isocdc

ISOC-DCJun 25 2012: The Internet Society’s DC Chapter event CENSORSHIP 2020: The Future of Free Speech Online – was webcast live on the Internet Society Chapters webcasting channel. The event, hosted by the Communication, Culture and Technology Program of Georgetown University, will take the form of an informal discussion with six people fighting for free speech on the Internet in their country–and around the world – who have been declared the Internet Freedom Fellows 2012. This event is a direct follow- up to “Global Networks, Individual Freedoms” held at the United Nations in Geneva on Jun 20 2012.

What: CENSORSHIP 2020: The Future of Free Speech Online
When: Monday June 25 2012 5.30pm-7pm EDT | 1330-1500 UTC
Where: Georgetown University, Washington DC
Twitter: @ISOCDC | #censorship | #netfreedom
*Dlshad Othman (Syria), an activist and IT engineer providing Syrians with digital security tools
*Pranesh Prakash (India), a blogger and cyberlaw expert who is promoting a free Internet and online freedom of speech.
*Koundjoro Gabriel Kambou (Burkina Faso), a journalist at, is promoting human rights, democracy particularly among young people.
*Sopheap Chak (Cambodia), the Deputy Director of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights (CCHR) and one of Cambodia ’s leading bloggers.
*Andres Azpurua (Venezuela) has trained 300 youth on using Web 2.0 tools to publicize human rights violations.
*Emin Milli (Azerbaijan), a writer who is using YouTube, Facebook and Twitter to spread information about human rights violations
*Ambassador (ret.) Richard Kauzlarich, Deputy Director, Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center (TraCCC), George Mason University
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