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Reboot Reboot Britain[edit | edit source]
Let's actually do a short unconference here and actually get some communication about the real issues.
Issues[edit | edit source]
- Poverty and the Internet - 10 years form now there will be 2 billion people with broadband internet access but no toilet. This is a huge volatile oncoming issue (cf. Iran) with deep of foreign policy implications. Who's minding the store on this? What can we do to help?
- Rights, Privacy and Identity Management - should we follow the Estonian model and have the government provide authenticated digital identities? What about the global push to censorship of the internet?