Google introducing Brussels TechTalks

Mon 18 January 2010 09:45, Bas van den Beld

Google introducing Brussels TechTalks

In an effort to give Google more of a 'human face' in Europe the search giant has decided to play the political field. This month it introduces the Google Brussels TechTalks, aimed on EU policy makers.

Google introduces the lunch-meetings ("We provide sandwiches and drinks") in which Google will answer questions regarding the worlds technology problems. Google supplies the "hot topics", attendees can ask the questions.

Google kicks off the series at the end of the month with a very 'hot topic' indeed: privacy: the first session on January 28 (which is Data Privacy Day) will feature Alma Whitten, a software engineer for security and privacy, who will offer “An engineer's vision for Internet privacy".

The event is primarily aimed at policy makers from EU institutions, but Google says everybody is welcome. If you want to attend, you can register here.

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