Google has a new YouTube channel for its “Big Tent” events full of wonderful videos featuring keynotes and other inspirational discussions on topic like free speech, privacy, digital literacy, the economy and arts & culture.
“The Internet has transformed society in so many ways, and that’s bound to continue,” says Google Policy Analyst Katharine Wang. “The aim of our Big Tent events is to bring together people with diverse views to debate some of the hot-button issues that transformation raises.”
“This week we hosted our first Big Tent event stateside at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif,” she notes. “The theme was Digital Citizenship, and over the course of the day we discussed child safety online, the most effective ways to incorporate technology with education and what governments and civil society can do to maintain a responsible and innovative web.”
The entire channel is worth checking out. To save you some time, here are the currently available videos of the discussions that are related to freedom of expression and free speech: