1 Grey Street, Wellington CBD
Open Talk: Thursday, June 4, 5.30 pm.
Ubiquitous surveillance: The digital footprint of lost privacy
Thomas Beagle is the spokesperson for Tech Liberty NZ, defending civil liberties in the digital age. He works in IT and is also the chairperson of the NZ Council for Civil Liberties.
Kathleen M Kuehn is a lecturer in media studies at Victoria University. Her research centres on digital media and cultural production. She is currently working on a book about mass surveillance and privacy in New Zealand.
Moderated by arts writer Mark Amery
Privacy enhancing tools workshop (BYOD): Saturday, June 13, 2.00pm
Matthew Holloway is a part-time security researcher and programmer. He recently launched https://insiderer.com/ to reveal information about leaked information in files.
Artists' talk: Saturday, June 13, 3.00pm
Hemi Macgregor, Terri Te Tau and curator Claudia Arozqueta
For project details go here.