Monday, June 13 / 5.00 p.m. / Room Addis Abeba I +II
Access to information is the basis of any and every functioning democracy; only when a population is informed can it make good decisions. Yet what happens when the dissemination of false information gets confused with the facts? In today's Internet-connected world, who controls, stores, distributes information? And how can online information be protected from the misuse of cybercriminals? Join us in the Plenary Hall to discuss the relationship between our use of technology, our rights to information, a free press and privacy, and the growing battle to fight cybercrime.