In an age of surveillance, how should we balance citizens' right to privacy and anonymity with the need to track terrorists, paedophiles and criminals online? Do we own the personal data on our smartphones and hand-held devices? How can government and law enforcement use digital services to cut costs whilst protecting civil liberties and keeping us safe?
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On the panel:
Dr Julian Huppert MP, (Cambridge, Liberal Democrat). Dr Huppert is the Liberal Democrats Home Affairs spokesman and is one of only a handful of MPs to hold a science-based PhD.