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FYI: [London,4.12.|Paris, 16.12.] Big Brother Awards
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- Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 23:37:15 +0100
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London, 4 December 2000
In December 2000, Privacy International will present the third annual UK
"Big Brother" awards to the government and private sector organisations
that have done the most to invade personal privacy in Britain.
The awards will be bestowed at a special event on 4 December at the London
School of Economics. "Winston" awards will also be given to individuals and
organisations which have made an outstanding contribution to the protection
of privacy, as well as to people who have been victims of privacy invasion.
Three "Big Brother" awards will be presented to:
Worst public servant and Most Heinous Government Organisation
Most invasive company
Most Appalling Project
which have done most to invade personal privacy. A "Lifetime Menace" award
will also be presented.
Paris, 16 décembre : french BIG BROTHER AWARDS 2000 !
16 november 2000. -- The first french Big Brother Awards will be bestowed
at a special event on 16 December in Paris. "Voltaire" awards will also be
given to individuals and organisations which have made an outstanding
contribution to the protection of privacy, as well as to people who have
been victims of privacy invasion. An open "Orwell Party", during the
zeligConf, european meeting of digital counter-cultures, will host the
ceremony. Simon Davies, director of Privacy International, will attend to
the parisian's Orwell Party. The awards will be judged by a panel of
experts, comprising lawyers, academics, consultants, journalists and civil