Now in its third year, the IIC Future Leaders Competition is widening its call for entries. The competition run by the International Institute of Communications seeks to encourage and promote original thought in the areas of communications and policy. The competition is open to individuals aged 35 and under, working within the TMT communications sector.
Entrants must produce a digital report (3000–4000 words) on the topic of ‘Is it possible to breach privacy when there is no human in the loop?’ Submissions must be the original work of the author and previously unpublished.
The overall winner will receive paid travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses to present their entry at the IIC’s Annual Conference in Canada, October 2020 (conditions permitting). The submission from the overall winner will be published in the IIC’s journal, InterMedia. The top 10 entries will be published online and receive a year’s complimentary Membership to the IIC Future Leaders’ Network.
The competition will open on 6 April 2020, with the final deadline for entries on 8 June 2020 at 4pm GMT.