Wednesday 25 April 2018, Holiday Inn, Winchester, UK
Theme: Public Law, Politics and the Constitution: A new battleground between the Law and Technology?
Keynote speakers will be Michael Barton, Chief Constable of Durham Constabulary who has spoken recently about the need to reclaim ‘sovereignty’ over the Internet, and Jamie Bartlett, Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media for Demos in conjunction with the University of Sussex, and author of several books including ‘Radicals’ and ‘The Dark Net’.
Breakout sessions will explore fake news, the use of algorithms in the public sector, infringements over the Internet and other issues. The conference will include the launch of the University of Winchester’s new Centre for Parliament and Public Law, with a presentation highlighting the ongoing work of the Department of Culture, Media & Sport in the area of Data Ethics & Innovation.
For the full conference programme, please visit https://www.winchester.ac.uk/news-and-events/events/event-items/the-5th-winchester-conference-on-trust-risk-information-and-the-law-trilcon18.php.