UK-IGF 2013 announced

How important is trust on the internet?  Are our online identities safe?

These are just some of the questions likely to come up at the 2013 UK Internet Governance Forum which takes place on Tuesday 10th September in Central London.

Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, Ed Vaizey MP is already confirmed as a keynote speaker. Other leading commentators from politics, academia, civil society and industry will also contribute to the debate and help to influence the next global Internet Governance Forum.  The Childnet IGF Youth delegation will also bring the views of younger users to the discussions.

This event is free to attend and is open to all with an interest in the internet. Advance registration is now open here.

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One Response to UK-IGF 2013 announced

  1. Good Morning Laura,

    Hope all is fine there,i need to ask you something,i am in Pakistan now,and have registered for the UK-IGF 2013,contacting to the U.K embassy here for help getting the visa,all i need to know is “i’ll be obliged if you could confirm me”,which class of visa should i apply for???
    You may reply me directly “waterforall@live.com”.

    Thanking in advance,

    Warmly,
    Arslan Arshad
    Member ID: 74695
    U.N.V @ U.N.O roster # 529663
    +92 347 629 96318

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