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By: MarkJ - 12 November, 2009 (11:21 AM)
The UK government Minister for Digital Britain, Stephen Timms MP, has accepted the Internet Service Providers Association ( ISPA ) invitation to deliver a keynote address at their annual conference. The event itself is being held on Wednesday 2nd December and at the London offices of law firm Bird and Bird.

Nicholas Lansman, ISPA Secretary General, said:

"The expected announcement of the Digital Economy Bill in the Queen's speech will give added significance to an event that has grown tremendously in the past few years. I am delighted that the Minister has accepted our invitation to speak and look forward to hearing further details about the proposals.

I am also excited by the excellent panellists that we have managed to secure for our topical session and look forward to discussing how the Digital Economy Bill and the recommendations of the Digital Britain review will affect the Internet industry."

Some of the topics to be discussed include the proposed legislation on P2P file sharing, Next Generation Broadband and new technologies with speakers from the Government, Internet industry and the third sector - further details.
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