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Internet Freedom

WATCH: Seán Sherlock participates in debate on digital rights

The junior minister participated in a Digital Rights Forum with reps from, Irish ISPs and

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The stream below is a recorded version of today’s events.


JUNIOR INNOVATION MINISTER Seán Sherlock today participated in a discussion at the Science Gallery in Dublin on digital rights, and the impact of his recent legislation on online copyright law.

Sherlock participated in the forum alongside Tom Murphy, founder of; Paul Durrant from the Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland; and Simon McGarr from the ‘Stop SOPA Ireland‘ campaign. The forum was moderated by John Kennedy, editor of Silicon Republic.

iPhone/iPad users can click here for a compatible stream. Stream powered by Ustream and provided by Science Gallery Dublin.

Read: Sherlock agrees to attend debate with organiser of anti-’SOPA’ petition

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