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Professor Natasa Milic-Frayling

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Building our Digital Future: Protecting our Privacy and Curbing the Digital Obsolescence Rapid innovation and pervasive use of digital technologies have a transformational impact on our lives. Two specific aspects, privacy and digital obsolescence, are examined in this presentation by Professor Natasa Milic-Frayling from University of Nottingham. She believes that the full potential of our digital future will be realized through personal and lasting ‘digital estates’.

This concept connects privacy with true ownership and control of our digital assets; a particularly vital idea given the rapid obsolescence of computing technologies. A new legal and societal framework “that empowers rather than enslaves individuals” will be needed to support this concept.

The event is open to all but aimed at a 16+ audience.

Time: 6.30pm (Doors open at 6pm)

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