This content must not be censored: Is content more dangerous than internet freedom?
Over the past few years, we have seen a war on internet freedom ranging from digital rights, freedom of information, right to internet access, and net neutrality. Now the battle for internet freedom take a dangerous turn, with governments and tech companies beginning to censor content on the internet what will be the final result? The implications are frighting for bloggers, media companies, artists, startups and activists. In this session, Jason Nickerson will share important questions we all need to ask ourselves about Content and Privacy.
Jason Nickerson's love for coding and online endeavors started way back in the early 80's with dial-up modems and bulletin board systems. The founder of Monev Software and Joomlaxtc.com, one of the leading Joomla Template and Extension clubs, Jason has been building website templates and Joomla plugins for over 10 years. A volunteer for the Joomla project Jason currently serves as the head of Joomla's Capitol team.
No stranger to conferences, Jason has been involved in promoting the Joomla project and many conferences and is the organizer of Joomla Day Florida and founder of CMS Summit.
Jason has built hundreds of websites, including developing the Green Party Presidential Campaign site in 2008. He now spends his time preaching the gospel of Open Source and creating new resources for web developers.