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House of Commons Debates Internet Privacy and Phorm
By: MarkJ - 11 March, 2009 (9:46 AM)

There will be an important debate today in the House of Commons between 10am and 12am about Online Privacy and the Interception of Internet Communications. The meeting will be chaired by Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer and attended by the following individuals:

Sir Tim Berners Lee
Invetor of the World Wide Web.

Mr Nicholas Bohm
General Counsel Foundation for Information Policy Research

Dr Richard Clayton
Security Expert, Cambridge University & Treasurer, Foundation for Information Policy Research

Mr Jim Killock
Open Rights Group

Mr Robert M. Topolski
US Federal Communications Commission panel member

Alexander Hanff
Anti-Phorm campaigner
Many others will also be joining the debate between peers and MPs, though it is not yet certain whether Phorm will send somebody to represent its controversial behavioural advertising system. Sadly NoDPI reports that BT were invited but declined. We hope to have further details on this debate in due course.

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