So, that’s it for today’s live (or lagging behind live) blogging of the ONI conference on freedom of expression and the Internet (and more particularly, filtering and the release of the ONI data). I hope that it has been useful to readers – and I’ll tidy up / add links / etc later on. It has been an excellent and stimulating conference, with a very diverse attendance.

There’s an interesting debate at the Oxford Union tonight, where many of the conference speakers will participate (report from Tobias). I won’t, however; now I’m off to put my fate in the hands of First Great Western to get me back to Gatwick airport. Eep. (Update: it all worked out fine).