This talk will describe the development of mass surveillance systems during the past generation and New Zealand’s part in this story.
He will discuss Anglo-American intelligence history, digital electronics and the war-on-terror environment that together have led to a scale of spying that threatens the Internet as we briefly knew it.
Digital technology has of course also hugely changed how people live their lives. This talk will look at what privacy means and how we can protect it in this era of on-line lives and Internet surveillance.
30th Jan 2014 3:00pm
Castle 1 Lecture Theatre, Otago University
$10 at the door, or $20 for all 4 keynote events
Additional, but I’m afraid, largely out of date info here. (Just discovered that attendance is free)