2nd Annual Digital Access Day

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The 2nd Annual Digital Access Day was held on May 28, 8:30-17:00 in Ottawa, Canada. The event brought together thought-leaders from NGOs, the tech sector, government, universities, and those most affected by the digital divide to talk about good work already underway, identify what else can be done, and measure progress.

Andrew Sullivan, our CEO and President, delivered a keynote speech entitled The network of human networks and the shared fate of the Internet. Mark Buell, Regional Bureau Director for North America participated on the Safety & Privacy-Internet of Things Safety & Awareness panel. Katie Jordan, Senior Policy Advisor, North America facilitated a panel on Savvy Surfing.

The event was organized by the Internet Society Canada Chapter.

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Date and Time

Tuesday 28 May 2019

Location

Ottawa City Hall

110 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1
Canada

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