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Algorithms, intermediaries, blockchain, data protection; some call our era the age of digital disruption, others call it the new dawn of opportunities. It seems safe to say that it is hard to keep track with technologies of the digital age, let alone work with them in a safe and professional way. ECPMF’s GAME CHANGER conference wants to discuss challenges and opportunities of new digital developments for the purpose of securing media freedom.  
Tuesday, May 29 • 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Free Press & the Right to be Forgotten (RTBF)

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Michael J. Oghia will talk about the so-called Right to be Forgotten (RTBF) as an emerging threat to press freedom. The presentation will give an overview and explore the background of the RTBF in Europe; explain why RTBF policies are relevant to media development and, in some cases, threatening media freedom; showcase how RTBF legislation and jurisprudence is evolving as it is adopted around the world; and highlight what the media can do about it.

Speakers
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Michael J. Oghia

Advocacy & Engagement Manager, Global Forum for Media Development
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Tuesday May 29, 2018 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Schillersaal, Media Campus Villa Ida Poetenweg 28, 04155 Leipzig, Deutschland