1. Informatieavond paspoort en privacy

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    Informatieavond over het nieuwe biometrische paspoort op 8 september 2010 in het Mondiaal centrum in Haarlem. U hoort oa. bijdragen van Johan van Someren en Miek Wijnberg, beiden van Vereniging Vrijbit, en Tineke Strik van Groen-Links

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    • Data Driven Society

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      Elke dag creëren we met zijn allen 2,5 quintiljoen bytes aan data. Dit is zoveel dat 90% van alle gegevens in de wereld is ontstaan in de afgelopen twee jaar alleen. Deze data kan overal van afkomstig zijn; weersensoren, berichten op social media sites, verkeerscamera's, transactiegegevens, youtube-filmpjes en GPS-signalen uit je mobiele telefoon zijn enkele voorbeelden. Binnen technologiekringen heeft de analyse van deze enorme berg aan data onschatbare waarde en biedt het oneindig veel mogelijkheden voor maatschappelijke vooruitgang. Maar hoe is dit op een beheerste manier, met respect voor privacy, te realiseren? https://dezwijger.nl/programma/data-driven-society

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      • Boekpresentatie Medische geheimen sept 20005

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        Boekpresentatie van 'Medische Geheimen' van Karin Spaink in sept 2005. Paneldiscussie over informatiebeveiliging en uitleg over de test hack's van 2 ziekenhuizen door experts

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        • KennisCafé: Iedereen een drone

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          Live stream registratie - 2015-02-16 - Drones kennen we vooral uit het nieuws, onbemande vliegtuigen die in verre landen heel precies vijanden van de VS uitschakelen. Er zijn er ook een hoop dichter bij huis. Om pakketjes rond te brengen, om spectaculaire foto of video opnames te maken, om een defibrillatie apparaat razendsnel bij een patiënt met een hartprobleem te brengen. De mogelijkheden zijn eindeloos, maar wat betekenen al die kleine vliegtuigjes in de openbare ruimte - vaak met een camera aan boord- voor privacy, of voor veiligheid? Wie is verantwoordelijk als een autonome drone tegen je hoofd aanvliegt? Kun je straks ongemerkt gevolgd worden met een hele kleine drone, zo groot als een vlieg? En wie mag zo’n drone dan hebben? Martijn van Calmthout (De Volkskrant) spreekt met wetenschappers, technici en andere deskundigen over wat er boven ons hoofd hangt. Wat zijn de mogelijkheden, uitdagingen en mogelijke problemen van drones in de openbare ruimte? Te gast zijn Stefano Stramigioli van de Universiteit Twente, Jeroen van den Hoven (TU Delft), Anouk Visser van Dutch UAS, Chris Verhoeven van TU Delft, Vincent Böhre van Privacy First en Piet-Hein Eldering van de Nederlandse Vereniging van Verkeersvliegers. Het KennisCafé is een co-productie van De Volkskrant, KNAW, Science Center NEMO en De Balie http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/podium/kenniscaf%C3%A9%3a-iedereen-een-drone/e_9757920/p_11691544/ http://www.debalie.nl

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          • StartPad Countdown 6 - ACLU 2.0: Demand Your dotRights

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            The ACLU, emerging technology, and business leaders may sound like the setup of a bad joke, but its not. Join us to learn more about the ACLU of Northern Californias soon-to-be-announced Demand Your dotRights campaign linking online privacy and government surveillance. We will focus in particular on the role that companies play in establishing and safeguarding the privacy and free speech rights of their users and how companies can benefit from having strong policies that favor these rights, as described in our recent publication, "Privacy and Free Speech: Its Good for Business"

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            • Evgeny Morozov - Internet sceptic (debate)

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              Live stream recording - Wednesday 21 may 2014 Internetsceptic Evgeny Morozov is coming to Amsterdam on occasion of the Dutch translation of his book "To Save Everything, Click Here. The Folly of Technological Solutionism". Morozov will speak and debate with other guestspeakers. About Evgeny Morozov Evgeny Morozov started his career as a young man who was optimistic about thepossibilities of the internet. He changed his mind however: now he can be described as someone who is reluctant about the democratizing and liberating capacities of the internet. He grew up in Belarus, one of the former Sovjet republics. 'Not exactly an oasis of liberal democracy,' as he claims. He became fascinated by the idea of opening up authoritarian states through the possibilities of the Internet . When he was seventeen he started studying Business and Marketing at the American University in Bulgaria, thanks to financial support of the Open Society Institute founded by biljonair George Soros. Doubt After graduation Morozov started working with non-for-profit organization Transitions Online (TOL). TOL tries to promote democracy in post-communist countries in Eastern-Europe and Central-Asia through new media. His employer was very enthusiastic, but Morozov started questioning the democratizing possibilities of new media . His doubt first rose within in him after the protests in Moldova, which he described (as one of the first) as a 'Twitter-revolution'. When the protests weakened, it appeared there weren't as many revolutionary Twitterers as was initially assumed. Other forms of communication, such as the good ol' telephone, were as important. And dictatorships didn't crumble as easily as hoped. 'On the contrary, those who survived the challenge of the Internet, became even more repressive,' Morozov discovered. His internet dream was shattered. Delusion Once recovered from his deception, he quit his job at TOL and started researching how the Internet can have a negative effect on democratization. This resulted in The Net Delusion (2011), that he wrote during a fellowship at Georgetown University in Washington. He wrote many articles, who were published in The Washington Post, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and Slate. (source: Tegenlicht) Referents: Hans de Zwart (Bits of Freedom), Linnet Taylor (Madam Curie research fellow) and Dimitri Tokmetzis (De Correspondent). Moderator: Maurits Martijn (journalist) This is a program of De Balie (Rik Seveke) and Uitgeverij De Wereld. https://facebook.com/events/795454817133095 http://www.debalie.nl/agenda/programma/evgeny-morozov/e_9489091/p_11337916 http://www.debalie.nl

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              • "Born Digital", with John Palfrey and Ethan Zuckerman

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                How is the generation born in the digital age different from its analog ancestors? Are those born digital likely to have different notions of privacy, community, identity itself? How do educators approach this generation to help prepare them for scholarship and for citizenship? Speakers: John Palfrey, Head of School at Phillips Academy and author of Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives; and Ethan Zuckerman, director of the Center for Civic Media, a collaboration between the MIT Media Lab and Comparative Media Studies/Writing. Podcast and liveblog: http://cmsw.mit.edu/podcast-liveblog-born-digital-john-palfrey/

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                • Sårbara IT Samhället Integritet föreläsning

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                  Föreläsning två i kursen Sårbara IT Samhället. OH bilderna hittar ni här http://www.slideshare.net/klang/integritet Licens CC by nc sa

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                  • Test_Lab: The Graduation Edition 2014

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                    On July 14th 2014 V2_ presented the 2014 graduation edition of Test_Lab – a special evening showcasing a selection of installations, demonstrations, performances, prototypes and experiments by a new generation of artists and designers graduating this year from European art academies. Young people are the innovators and change agents of society, revealing the future to us by creating it. Therefore, at the end of every academic year, Test_Lab takes a close look at a selection of outstanding art and design work created by young artists and designers graduating in emerging arts across Europe. Discover which topics are being addressed by this year’s new generation of artists and designers, and find out what their motives, positions, methodologies and media of choice are. This year’s graduation edition of Test_Lab was another remarkable and though-provoking edition, as the selected graduation projects included a new history for Scotland, Google gifts, a speculative zoo, Street View privacy, Wi-Fi kitchen utensils, data tasting, and an audio performance based on the nature of electricity. As usual at Test_Lab events, the audience was invited to examine these graduation project 'hands-on'. Featuring: Mohammed Ali (Royal College of Art, London) | Roel Roscam Abbing (Piet Zwart institute, Rotterdam) | Jairo Gutiérrez (Academy of Media Arts, Cologne) | Kathryn Fleming (Royal College of Art, London) | Veronika Krenn (University of Art and Design, Linz) | Lasse van den Bosch Christensen (Piet Zwart institute, Rotterdam) | Peter Edwards (The Royal Conservatory / STEIM, The Hague).

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                    • Crypto Festival Panel session 2013 Prof Ross Anderson, Annie Machon, Nick Pickles, Smari Mccarthy

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                      https://www.cryptoparty.in/london_cryptofestival

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