Free Expression & The Internet: Watch The Copia Summit Roundtable Discussion Live
from the copia-inaugural-summit dept
As many of you know, we’re currently in the midst of day two of the Copia Inaugural Summit in San Jose. It’s been a fantastic event so far with lots of really interesting ideas flowing back and forth, and we’ll be bringing you video and audio from the various presentations and breakout groups over the coming days and weeks.
Today, the Summit features a roundtable discussion about freedom of expression online, and what tech companies and platform providers can do to promote open and diverse speech around the world. Joining us for this discussion are Wikimedia Foundation’s Senior Legal Counsel Michelle Paulson, laywer and writer Sarah Jeong, and Secret Inc.’s head of Policy, Safety, Privacy & Support Dave Willner. The roundtable starts today at 11:30 am PST, and we encourage you to watch the live stream online and tweet your comments and thoughts with the hashtag #Copia2015. It should be a fascinating discussion addressing a key issue in the digital world, and we hope you’ll join us.
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