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RightsCon in Brussels (29-31 March 2017)

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From 29-21 March, FORUM-ASIA is attending the sixth installment of RightsCon, the world’s leading event on the future of the internet. RightsCon aims to shape the global conversation about how to keep the internet open, free, and secure. RightsCon Brussels will bring together 1,200+ attendees from 95 countries with 500+ organizations, tech companies, universities, start-ups, and Governments represented.

For more information about the RightsCon, check out the website or follow the event on

RightsCon 2017 is coming to the centre of the European Union: Brussels! Hosted by Access Now, RightsCon is where the world’s human rights experts, business leaders, technologists, engineers, investors, activists, and government representatives come together to share ideas, build strategies, showcase new technologies, and create tomorrow’s Internet.

Convened in locations that are power centres for the internet, RightsCon alternates each year between Silicon Valley and a globally rotating regional event. The first RightsCon took place in Silicon Valley in 2011, and the second, regionally focused conference in Rio in 2012. Since then more RightsCons have taken place in Manila and San Francisco.