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An EFF Guide for the Silicon Valley Human Rights Summit

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DONNETTA_Schulz: Up coming week, various EFF staffers are going to be speaking in the first-ever Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference (Rightscon) in San Francisco. The conference, organized by Access Now and sponsored by quite a few foundations and organizations,...

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Up coming week, various EFF staffers are going to be speaking in the first-ever Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference (Rightscon) in San Francisco. The conference, organized by Access Now and sponsored by quite a few foundations and organizations, brings with each other several of the leading thinkers in the digital human rights area, in addition to representatives of technologies corporations from Silicon Valley and beyond for discussions on the human rights implications of the ICT business. The conference (tickets are nonetheless out there here!) is jam-packed with fantastic speakers and participants, and promises to supply new insights into answers for the myriad troubles facing Silicon Valley firms now. Rightscon couldn’t have come at a better time. Though EFF has had issues about the tech industry’s effect on and responsibility toward the human rights agenda for some time, the events of 2011-from Wikileaks for the Arab Spring-have brought the concern in to the mainstream, spur

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Up coming week, numerous EFF staffers are going to be speaking at the first-ever Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference (Rightscon) in San Francisco. The conference, organized by Access Now and sponsored by many foundations and businesses, brings together a number of the leading thinkers within the digital human rights area, not to mention representatives of technological innovation providers from Silicon Valley and beyond for discussions on the human rights implications of the ICT marketplace. The conference (tickets are nevertheless offered here!) is jam-packed with fantastic speakers and participants, and promises to supply new insights into answers for the myriad problems facing Silicon Valley organizations these days. Rightscon couldn’t have come at a far better time. Even though EFF has had issues about the tech industry’s influence on and responsibility toward the human rights agenda for some time, the occasions of 2011-from Wikileaks towards the Arab Spring-have brought the

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