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Public Invited to Internet Privacy Forum

November 1, 2013

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The Constitutionally Speaking project invites New Hampshire residents to participate in an online forum from November 4 to 22. The facilitated, deliberative forum, “What Should Go On on the Internet? Privacy, Freedom, and Security Online,” is made possible by the Live Free or Die Alliance (LFDA) and the New England Center for Civic Life at Franklin Pierce University.

Attorney Andrew Clearwater, an expert in global law and technology, and Joni Doherty, director of the New England Center for Civic Life, will moderate the forum, which will address two questions: How can we balance privacy, free speech, and security? Should there be limits to what we can do online?

Constitutionally Speaking, a collaboration among the New Hampshire Humanities Council, the New Hampshire Supreme Court Society, the New Hampshire Institute for Civic Education, and the University of New Hampshire School of Law, is designed to engage New Hampshire citizens in civil yet spirited dialogue about important constitutional issues and to strengthen civics education in New Hampshire schools from kindergarten through high school.



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Franklin Pierce University is a regionally accredited university grounded in the liberal arts, with a focus on personal attention and high-quality instruction. The University consists of the College at Rindge and the College of Graduate & Professional Studies with locations in Arizona and throughout New Hampshire. Degrees are offered through the doctoral level. The institutional mission embraces an education that matters: one that achieves academic success through the integration of liberal arts and professional programs. Our community of educators and learners creates an environment that fosters intellectual curiosity and encourages experiential and applied learning. A Franklin Pierce experience enables each student to discover and fulfill his or her own unique potential. We prepare students to become confident, knowledgeable individuals and leaders of conscience.

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