16 June: Can liberty survive in the information age? (partner event)

King's College Cambridge hosts Alan Turing debate to mark 500th anniversary of King's Chapel

To mark the 500th anniversary of King’s College Chapel in Cambridge, the King’s Politics Society is hosting two events to celebrate the college’s legacy and its alumni – in particular, computer scientist and WWII code-breaker Alan Turing, and pioneering economist John Maynard Keynes.

Index is delighted to be taking part in the first of these debates, asking: can liberty survive in the information age?

Speakers include:

Baron Rees of Ludlow – UK Astronomer Royal
Charles Clarke – Former Home Secretary and Labour MP
Eben Upton – Co-Founder of the Raspberry Pi, which has sold over 5 million units across the world, making it the fastest-selling British personal computer
Jodie Ginsberg – Chief Executive of Index on Censorship

When: Tuesday June 16, 7.30pm
Where: King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
Tickets via The King’s Politics Society

Jodie Ginsberg

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