Britain invites netizens to Cyberspace
“The British Embassy is inviting the wider cyberspace community to take part in the debate by contributing their views in the run up to and during the London Conference on Cyberspace, which takes place Nov. 1-2 in London, the United Kingdom, to help inform the discussion,” an embassy official said.
The embassy said in a statement that the conference will be a unique opportunity to help shape the future international agenda on cyberspace. You can follow our hashtag #LondonCyber and our dedicated twitter account @LondonCyber for more details.
The conference will be hosted by William Hague, the Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs.
“It will launch a more focused and inclusive dialogue between key cyberspace actors from across the world including from government, industry and civil society. This will aim to develop a better collective understanding of how to protect and preserve cyberspace for all of us,” according to the statement.
You have an opportunity to ask senior representatives from government, business and civil society questions about the future of the Web. Put your questions to the leaders using the hashtag #LondonCyber or visit the Foreign Secretary’s Facebook page. www.facebook.com/williamjhague.
For more information, visit http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/global-issues/london-conference-cyberspace/cyber-conference-details/#online-debate.