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DEBATING THE DIGITAL ECONOMY ACT

29 Apr 2010

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6.30pm bar and doors, 7pm start of debate

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Free, but you need to register: http://www.wiredsussex.com/events/1004/dearegister.asp

Lighthouse Brighton

Brighton, United Kingdom

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What does the Digital Economy Act mean for the digital, creative and cultural sectors?

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DEBATING THE DIGITAL ECONOMY ACT Date: Thursday 29 April Time: Doors open 6.30pm for 7pm start Venue: Lighthouse, 28 Kensington Street, Brighton Cost: Free, but registration required http://www.wiredsussex.com/events/1004/dearegister.asp What does the Digital Economy Act mean for the digital, creative and cultural sectors? Wired Sussex and Lighthouse are teaming up to stage a quick response event reacting to the controversial Digital Economy Act, which the Government passed into Law this April. One week before the General Election, this is your opportunity to talk about how the Act is going to impact on you. The debate will be chaired by Anthony Lilley, the BAFTA winning chief executive of Magic Lantern films, who also acts as advisor on matters digital to many leading organisations. Anthony will be joined by some of Brighton's digerati recently acknowledged in Wired magazine Top 100. This is a free event open to all, but registration is required. Please register here: http://www.wiredsussex.com/events/1004/dearegister.asp Refreshments can be purchased at the Lighthouse bar.

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