Responding to Terrorism and Cybercrime while Protecting Civil Liberties" on 19 July at 5pm Singapore time. He will also be on a panel discussion with Singapore's Minister of Law, Mr K Shanmugam, and Judge of Appeal-Designate, Mr Sundaresh Menon.
|[UPDATE: the title of the speech has been changed. It appears that security, privacy and rights has been subsumed under the general heading of "civil liberties". The word "protecting" in front of civil liberties is encouraging ... ]|
We can probably see discussions around drones, license reading cameras, sting operations (e.g. the recent Operation Card Shop), surveillance, access to telecommunication service provider and communication service provider records, and the role of judicial, executive and law-maker oversight.
I will be there at the talk. If you have any interesting questions to ask, let me know and I will see whether I can get them in (and post the answers up) - subject of course to time, decency and relevance : )