Video release: Senator Scott Ludlam
Senator Scott Ludlam opens The Privacy Workshop at Federation Square, in Melbourne, Australia, October 17th, 2014.
The Privacy Workshop 2014 was proudly supported by:
Partners: Electron Workshop, Electronic Frontiers Australia, ThoughtWorks
Sponsors: GetUp!, Google, Facebook, CoinJar, Hunting With Pixels, SpiderOak, Crypton, SquareWeave, Serversaurus and Fed Square.
Scott Ludlam, a former graphic designer, environmental and social justice campaigner and political advisor, was elected in November 2007 and again in April 2014 as an Australian Greens Senator for Western Australia. He is currently one of 11 Australian Greens members of parliament who have established a track record of positive negotiations with all parties in Parliament.
Scott is spokesperson for the Greens on Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Housing, Sustainable Cities, Defence and Nuclear Issues.
Scott was a leading voice against the Federal Government’s attempt to introduce a mandatory net filter, moved amendments to better secure public ownership of the National Broadband Network and has been a strong advocate for a diverse, accessible communications sector.
He is a founding member of the Parliamentary Friends of SBS.