Freedom on the Internet: New Freedom House Report out Oct. 3

Freedom House is releasing the fourth edition of its Freedom on the Net report, which rates internet access, censorship, and user rights in 60 countries around the world and assesses key trends in freedom of digital media.

WATCH LIVE and follow the discussion using hashtag #FOTN2013

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Freedom on the Net 2013: Internet Freedom in Decline, But Activists Fight Back

 Thursday, October 3, 2013

8:30am: Continental Breakfast

9:00am – 10:30am: Program

Google

1101 New York Avenue Northwest (Corner of 12th and Eye Street)

2nd Floor

Washington, DC 20005

 Freedom House is releasing the fourth edition of its Freedom on the Net report, which rates internet access, censorship, and user rights in sixty countries around the world and assesses key trends in freedom of digital media.

 Remarks By:

 Senator Sherrod Brown

U.S. Senator (D-OH)

Ambassador Gudmundur A. Stefansson

Ambassador of Iceland to the United States

Presentation of Key Report Findings By:

Ms. Sanja Kelly

Project Director of Freedom on the Net, Freedom House

Panel Discussion Featuring:

Ms. Dalia Haj-Omar

Sudanese activist and member of the Girifna, pro-democracy movement

Mr. Ross LaJeunesse

Global Head of Free Expression and International Relations, Google

Moderated By:

Mr. Peter Cook

Chief Washington Correspondent, Bloomberg

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