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Big Brother Watch at the party conferences

Big Brother Watch will be attending all three party conferences this year – here are the details of our events.

For the events at UKIP and Conservative conferences you will not need a security pass, however both the Labour and Liberal Democrat events are inside the secure zone.

Full details are below.

UKIP:

Friday 21st September, Birmingham Town Hall, 12.30pm

CCTV and fingerprinting in schools

UKIP Chester and Nick Pickles, director, Big Brother Watch

 

Liberal Democrat:

The Communications Data Bill – a snooper’s charter or a matter of life and death?

Tuesday 25th September 2012, The Grand, Alexandra, 18.15-19.30.

Nick Pickles, director, Big Brother Watch (Chair)

Jim Killock, executive director, the Open Rights Group

Mark Pack (Editor, LibDem Voice)

Dr Jenny Woods

 

Labour:

Monday 1 October, Central 3, 2.30pm – 3.30pm

The Communications Data Bill – a snooper’s charter or a matter of life and death?

Nick Pickles, director, Big Brother Watch (Chair)

Jim Killock, executive director, the Open Rights Group

Stella Creasy MP

Mike Harris, head of advocacy, Index on Censorship

 

Conservative:

Monday 8 October at 1.30pm, Freedom Zone (IET, Austin Court)

The Communications Data Bill – a snooper’s charter or a matter of life and death?

Nick Pickles, director, Big Brother Watch (Chair)

Home Office Minister (invited)

Dominic Raab MP

Maura McGowan QC, Vice-Chairman of the Bar Council

Rik Ferguson, Trend Micro

 

Tuesday 9 October at 2.45pm, Freedom Zone (IET, Austin Court)

CCTV in Schools

Nick Pickles, director, Big Brother Watch (Chair)

James Wharton MP

Toby Young, journalist and free school governor

Paul Mackie, Chief Executive & Compliance Director, Camerawatch Ltd

 

 

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5 Responses to Big Brother Watch at the party conferences

  1. Gawain Towler

    You really should come to the UKIP one as well you know, very positive audience for your message there

  2. Winnie's Ghost

    Why are you not covering UKIP (21/22 Sep) who are ahead of the LibDems in several Opinion Polls recently?

  3. Tony

    Yeah go to the UKIP, Lib Dems will be finished after 2015 anyway.

  4. TheOtherTurnipTaliban

    Big Brother Watch: The secure zones are to keep the general public safe from the Lib Dems not the other way round.

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