Not My Department
January 7, 2013 6:19 AM Subscribe
speaks about resistance in his keynote
address at 29c3 (previously : 28c3
29c3 had over 100 talks
across numerous topics related to technology, information, and related human rights areas. All talks should eventually appear at media.ccc.de
and various mirrors
. In fact, the mirrors host talks that haven't yet made it onto media.ccc.de, such as Appelbaum and Dingledine's talk
on the Tor Software Ecosystem
(see also their talk last year
), as well as smaller versions and torrents (keynote by torrent : 236meg 84meg
) The German language talks posses an English audio track as well.
Amongst the non-technical talks you'll find : Jesselyn Radack, Thomas Drake, and William Binney discussing the harassment they experienced after becoming whistle blowers in the U.S.
Violet Blue's talk Hackers As A High-Risk Population
about harm reduction methodology. Molly Sauter on The Ethics of Activist DDOS Actions
. Axelarnbak on Certificate Authority Collapse
. Sean Bonner on Safecast: DIY Citizen Sensing [and Mapping] of Radiation [in Japan]
There are various talks by activists resisting ACTA, SOPA, IPRED, TPP and similar legislative efforts or proposing specific legislation, including Ot van Daalen and Rejo Zenger's on the Dutch Net Neutrality Law
, Kirsten Fiedler and Markus Beckedahl's Privatisierung der Rechtsdurchsetzung
and Jérémie Zimmermann's Defending Online Freedoms
. Gregor Hackmack's talk about Hamburg's Transparenzgesetz
, a new "proactive" transparency law, was particularly interesting.