Web We Want Festival | The End Of Privacy - Roundtable Discussion

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01.10.2014
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Since the first stories revealing the extent of mass surveillance appeared in the Guardian in June 2013, the Snowden files have helped to shine a light on the government agencies who monitor the online activity of their citizens and the companies who collect their customers’ personal data. Developed with The Guardian, this session explores who owns our data, how to take control of our online lives and asks what is the future of our personal data? Join Julia Powles, researcher in law and technology at the University of Cambridge, Mike Harris, Campaign Director of Don’t Spy On Us, Josh Levy, Advocacy Director of Access Now and Katarzyna Szymielewicz, co- founder and President of the Panoptykon Foundation and Vice-President of European Digital Rights (EDRi) at this roundtable discussion. Chaired by James Ball, Special Projects Editor at The Guardian.

Web We Want Festival, Southbank Centre, 27 September 2014
In association with The Guardian.
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