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Defending Human Rights in a Digital Age

This panel addresses the human rights implications for the future of the internet as struggles over its ownership and control gather steam at the national and international level.


The internet-dependent world is still dealing with the fallout of Edward Snowden's revelations of mass online surveillance. The human rights implications of state and private actors' tracking of our everyday life online, our digital imagination, and our relationships with other people through social media have been thrust into the headlines as a result.


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