Ronnie Manning, Stina Ehrensvard, Trevor Timm, Harlo Holmes, Jessikka Aro
Free speech and free press play a critical role in exposing injustice and inequality, and must not only be protected, but also be exercised.
Media, journalists, and free press as a whole are under attack in many ways, especially when looking through the security lens. As we are currently enduring a global pandemic and political unrest, cyber attacks are being used across the globe each and every day to silence those voices that matter.
Join representatives from Yubico, Freedom of the Press, and from Finland's public service broadcaster Yle for a panel discussion around what has been done to defend free speech in 2020, and what we must do to continue to secure press freedom as we move into 2021. We will cover global trends, security challenges, and the technology in place to help protect journalists, activists, high risk targets, and broader groups defending free speech.
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