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The foundation organises regular events to bring together policymakers, technologists and members of the public to debate topical issues. These events are normally free to attend to encourage the participation of all sections of society.

Forthcoming events

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Past events

Electronic Voting
With the Open Rights Group

European Electronic Voting Activism Workshop -- Sharing & Learning across Europe
2pm, 8 February 2007
University College London

Electronic Voting: A challenge to democracy? Margaret McGaley, Colm MacCarthaigh, Anne-Marie Oostveen, Dr Rebecca Mercuri, Rop Gonggrijp
6pm, 8 February 2007
University College London

The Fifth Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2006)

26--28 June 2006
Robinson College, Cambridge, UK.

Mistaken Identity
With Privacy International Liberty, Statewatch,, The 1990 Trust, & The Register
David Davis MP, David Winnick MP, Simon Thomas MP, David Cameron MP, Mark Oaten MP, Tony Bunyan, Karen Chouhan, Shami Chakrabarti, Roger Smith, Paul Whitehouse, Peter Williamson, Professor Ross Anderson & Jonathan Bamford.

1.30pm-5.00pm, Wednesday 19 May 2004
The Old Theatre, LSE, Houghton St, London WC2

Scrambling for Safety 7
With Privacy International
Simon Watkin, Richard Clayton, Paul Boyle, Bryan Lewin, Richard Kitchen, Det. Insp. John Donovan, Beatrice Rogers, Philip Virgo, Richard Allan MP, the Earl of Northesk

2.15pm-5.15pm, Wednesday 22 October 2003
The New Theatre, East Building, LSE, Houghton St, London WC2

Scrambling for Safety 6
With Privacy International
Simon Davies, Duncan Campbell, Simon Watkin, Philippe Gerard, Douwe Korff, Dan Cooper, Roland Perry, Tony Bunyan, Richard Clayton

1.30pm-5.30pm, Wednesday 14 May 2003
The Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE, Aldwych, London WC2

Proving your entitlements
With Privacy International and Liberty
Lord Falconer, Home Office minister; Baroness Sharples; Charles Moore, Daily Telegraph editor; Simon Hughes MP; Peter Lilley MP; Dr Nick Palmer MP; Dr Ross Anderson; Terri Dowty; Dr Clarence Lusane

2.30pm-5.30pm, Wednesday 11 December 2002
London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London WC2

Vote Early, Vote Often?
The Risks of Internet Voting
Dr Rebecca Mercuri

6pm-8pm, Thursday 17 October 2002
The Royal Academy of Engineering, 29 Great Peter Street, London SW1

A fair deal on copyright?
Dr Roger Knights and Dr Brian Simpson, deputy directors of copyright, The Patent Office; Martin Keegan, Campaign for Digital Rights; Toby Bainton, Society of College, National and University Libraries; David Mann, Royal National Institute of the Blind; Dr Barbara Simons, Association for Computing Machinery

5.30pm-7.30pm, Wednesday 25 September 2002
London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London WC2

Software Patents — Obstacles to software development
Richard Stallman

4.15pm-5.30pm, Monday 25 March 2002
Cambridge University Computer Laboratory, JJ Thomson Avenue, Cambridge CB3

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