Mark Your Calendars: Public Privacy Course Starts 4 December!

If you are already enrolled, this is just a friendly reminder not to miss the first lecture. If you haven’t enrolled yet, now’s the time! Public Privacy officially begins on 4 December. Join Prof. Dr. Anja Mihr and over 26,000 enrolled students in exploring the connection between cyber security and human rights. It’s a hot topic that concerns us all, so join the discussion and investigate the least explored and least known world of internet privacy!

The New Age of Internet Security

Considering the recent NSA scandal and Edward Snowden’s shocking leak to the world, it is easy to wonder if there is any digital privacy anymore. The Internet is still so new and it’s frontiers and boundaries still largely unknown. Privacy and data protection regulation is necessary and calls for more discussion, research and solutions. This course gives you the opportunity to see how human rights can fit into this seemingly lawless no man’s land.

Meet the Professor

Prof. Dr. Anja Mihr is Academic Director of the MA Programme on Governance and Human Rights at the Humboldt Viadrina School for Governance (HVSG) in Berlin, and Associate Professor at the Netherlands Institute for Human Rights (SIM) at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. She has years of experience in online teaching, human rights education, human rights assessment, benchmarking and pedagogy. She has worked as advisor for the UN, the European Union, the Council of Europe as well as for Amnesty International and other human rights NGOs.

Become a pioneer of public privacy and enrol today!


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