Learning to Live with Perpetual Information Warfare

Edward Snowden’s surveillance scandal has caused problems in international relations. Trust in democratically elected governments fell dramatically. One of the ways of regaining credibility is resigning from controversial tools used by military intelligence. How can we control the techniques employed by special services? What can we do in order to limit state surveillance?

Smari McCarthy
Board member of the International Modern Media Institute, co-founder of Icelandic Digital Freedom Society. Founding member of the Icelandic Pirate Party. The spokesperson of the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative.

When and where?

06.09.2014 
6:30 p.m.-8 p.m.

Copernicus Science Centre, ground floor

Admission free

Curator and partner Panoptykon Foundation

Panoptykon Foundation