What is PRISM? How does it affect UK citizens, businesses, NGOs, politicians and journalists? And how does it fit into UK and US law?
Come along to Parliament on 27th June at 3PM to hear about PRISM and what it means for the UK.
Hosted by Tom Watson MP, the event is bringing together experts on UK and US surveillance law to help inform the debate on PRISM and surveillance.
Caspar Bowden will be talking about the American law which allowed the PRISM programme and how PRISM can be used by the US to access the data of non-US citizens and businesses.
Simon McKay will be speaking on the UK laws governing surveillance and how they interact with the PRISM programme.
David Davis MP will also be speaking to give his views on PRISM and its relevance to the UK.
Reserve your place now to take part in what promises to be a fascinating discussion.
Tom Watson MP is the Labour MP for West Bromwich East and Deputy Chair of the Labour Party.
Caspar Bowden is an expert on FISAAA, the law underpinning PRISM. He was previously Chief Privacy Officer at Microsoft for nine years.
Simon McKay is a solicitor advocate specialising in intelligence and covert policing. He is a former adviser to the UK Government on terrorism and covert policing.
David Davis MP is the Conservative MP for Haltemprice and Howden, and a former Shadow Home Secretary.