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The topic this year is: Is it possible to breach privacy when there is no human in the loop? The competition will be open for submissions on 6 April 2020.Further details can be found here
Submissions from the winner, Angel Fu, and all the runners up can be found hereSee All Entries
What is this initiative? Now in its third year, the Future Leaders' Competition is widening its call for entries to beyond its membership to reach an even wider pool of rising stars within the sector who would not normally have access to our events. This ‘Competition for Future Leaders’ seeks to encourage and promote original thought in the areas of communications and policy. What do you need to do? Produce a digital report (which can include a multimedia presentation) on the topic of ‘Is it possible to breach privacy when there is no human in the loop?’Click here to enter
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