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Google, Government and the Death of Liberal Democracy

3rd July 2016 · 11:00am - 1:00pm

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 Google, Government and the Death of Liberal Democracy

Whenever there is technological change, there is always political disruption. We’re currently living through one of the most profound technological revolutions in human history – so can we really expect our politics to remain unchanged? Technology and politics writer James O’Malley presents a provocative and sometimes shocking prognosis for democracy.

James O’Malley is a freelance technology and politics writer. His work has previously appeared in the New Statesman, Little Atoms, TechRadar, and Gizmodo, amongst others. He is also a trustee of Conway Hall Ethical Society and tweets as @Psythor.

Doors 10.30. Start 11.00

Entry £3, £2 concessions.(free to Conway Hall Ethical Society members – no tickets needed).

Brockway Room (Ground floor).

Tea, coffee & biscuits will be available.

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