Find below the Official Schedule v1.0 (as of March 24, 2016). Slight changes may be made over the coming week — including session descriptions, panelist bios and room locations. Be sure to click on "Attendees" to see who’s coming and set up a personal profile. You can then select the sessions you wish to attend and create your own customized RightsCon schedule. Visit our RightsCon site for more details.
This book launch is brought to you by Derechos Digitales, and is conducted entirely in Spanish. This is a Spanish-written book about controversial topics regarding specific internet topics in Mexico: anonymity, gender and harassment, surveillance, net neutrality, online protest and transparent government. The purpose of the book is to foster debate and influence future public policies to strengthen democratic processes within the country. The result is an academic compilation of over 200 pages with top-end design, unlike any other book in Latin America regarding internet rights.