Security analysts, authors, and privacy advocates spoke about the lack of privacy on the Internet. Moderator Rebecca McKinnon detailed… read more
Security analysts, authors, and privacy advocates spoke about the lack of privacy on the Internet. Moderator Rebecca McKinnon detailed the history of government surveillance of citizens. Other presentations topics included the risks associated with gadgets connected to the Internet and open source intelligence.
This program was part of the annual Chicago Ideas Week about Digital Privacy and Open Source Intelligence. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Rebecca MacKinnon Co-Founder Global Voices
- Arvind Narayanan Professor Princeton University->Computer Science
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