Edward Snowden’s documents are a gold mine of information about how we are being watched. Light will look at privacy, the role of telecommunications providers, key surveillance programs and introduce the Snowden Archive-in-a-Box that allows research on the Snowden material without being surveilled. He will examine the current state of surveillance research and reform movements in Canada and makes some proposals for their future.
Evan Light, Assistant Professor, Glendon College, York University; Member of the Algorithmic Media Observatory; and Creator of the Snowden-Archive-in-a-Box
Andrew Clement, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto and Co-founder, Identity Privacy and Security Institute (IPSI)
Brenda McPhail, Director, Privacy, Technology & Surveillance Project, Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA)
This is a free event and requires no registration.
Light refreshments will be served.