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Twitter Brussels Mozilla Mornings: Critically assessing the EU Terrorist Content regulation

This breakfast panel, hosted by Mozilla, will focus on the recently-proposed EU Terrorist Content regulation.

On the morning of 12 December, Mozilla will host the first of our Brussels Mozilla Mornings series – regular breakfast meetings where we bring together policy experts, policy-makers and practitioners for insight and discussion on latest EU digital policy developments. This first session will focus on the recently-proposed EU Terrorist Content regulation.

The panel discussion will seek to unpack the Commission’s legislative proposal – what it means for the internet, users’ rights, and the fight against terrorism. The discussions will be substantive in nature, and will deal with some of the most contentious issues in the proposal, including the 60 minute takedown procedure and upload filtering obligations.

Speakers:

Fanny Hidvégi, Access Now
Joris van Hoboken, Free University of Brussels
Owen Bennett, Mozilla

Moderated by Jen Baker

When

12 Dec 2018 @ 08:30 am

12 Dec 2018 @ 10:00 am

Duration: 1 hours, 30 minutes


Where

Radisson RED Hotel

35 Idaliestraat

1050 Elsene

Belgium


Organised by

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