Dublin, 4 September 2019
ICCL invited some of the world’s most exciting online activists to Ireland to talk to the bright sparks of Dublin’s tech industry about how to protect human rights during their work.
Here’s some behind-the-scenes footage from the event:
David Carroll sued Cambridge Analytica, helping to expose the murky world of data harvesting and voter targetting that threaten 21st century democracy. Laura Nolan took a principled stand against the development of killer robots and is now spearheading the movement to have them banned, for good. Ramy Raoof trains human rights activists to safeguard themselves online, using his techie skills to protect those who protect rights.
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