ISPA is once again organising a break out session at this year’s Parliament and Internet Conference on October 30, 2014 at Portcullis House, Westminster.
ISPA’s panel this year will focus on communications data in light of the commitment to review capabilities following the passing of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act. The current independent review by David Anderson QC is concluding shortly and will help shape the future decisions to be taken by the new Parliament though a Joint Committee.
With this clear commitment to thoroughly review capabilities and openly debate the right balance between privacy and security, the ISPA panel will hear from speakers on what they think a future regime should look like. Speakers from law enforcement, industry and parliament will give their take on priorities for a future communications data regime.
The Conference, now in its ninth year, brings together 200 leading figures from Government, Parliament, academia and industry to discuss and debate the most pressing policy issues facing the Internet. The all-day event features keynote speakers and panel discussions and finishes with a drinks reception. Full details can be found at http://parliamentandinternet.org.uk/
ISPA has a number of places reserved at the conference for members. Places are limited so if you would like to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you the link and password to register.