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Under the Radar: Research and Technology in an Age of Surveillance

Mar 21, 2017
from 04:00 PM to 07:00 PM

117 Dwinelle Hall

How can researchers participate in community-engaged research in an era of heightened surveillance? What legal, practical, and theoretical tools allow us to navigate the challenges that surveillance presents to researchers, particularly those engaged with organizations, social movements, and targeted communities? Join us for Under the Radar: Research and Technology in an Age of Surveillance, the second workshop in the Engaging Contradictions: Research, Action, and Justice workshop series. This workshop features three complementary sessions.  Attend one, attend two or attend them all: 

Session 1: Digital Security and Policy (4:00pm-4:50pm)

Session 2: Real Case Studies (5:00pm-5:50pm)

Session 3: Tools to Protect Your Data, Your Subjects, and Yourself (6:00pm-6:50pm)

Featured Organizations

The Electronic Frontier Foundation & The American Civil Liberties Union 

 Sponsored by

 Haas Institute for a Fair & Inclusive Society            Public Service Center

UC Berkeley Graduate Assembly                            Center for Technology, Society and Policy

American Cultures Center                                       Institute for the Study of Societal Issues

Center for Long-term Cybersecurity                    

This event is free and open to the public. Dinner will be provided. If possible, bring a computer. RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/under-the-radar-research-and-technology-in-an-age-of-surveillance-tickets-32744106504