- The day was opened by Aral Balkan, experience designer, former Lighthouse Technologist-in-residence, and founder of Indie, a project to bring experience-driven, open products to the public, enabling and empowering people with technology.
- — Lighthouse (@LighthouseArts)Sun, Dec 01 2013 13:05:38
- — Lighthouse (@LighthouseArts)Sun, Dec 01 2013 13:15:38
- — Lighthouse (@LighthouseArts)Sun, Dec 01 2013 13:20:15
- Javier Ruiz, from the Open Rights Group, spoke on the future of national surveillance, and what solutions we are currently faced with:
- — Lighthouse (@LighthouseArts)Sun, Dec 01 2013 13:52:26Solutions must be technical - mass encryption, architectural - decentralise the internet, behavioural - data hygiene, Javier #CryptofestBTN
- Smari McCarthy talks on the economics of surveillance, and the realities of being watched, politically and personally.
- — honor harger (@honorharger)Sun, Dec 01 2013 14:49:22
- — Natalie Kane (@nd_kane)Sun, Dec 01 2013 14:54:58
- — Natalie Kane (@nd_kane)Sun, Dec 01 2013 14:59:24Also, Mailpile is the *perfect* solution to overcoming tech barriers and security literacy with non-programmers. #CryptofestBTN
- — honor harger (@honorharger)Sun, Dec 01 2013 14:54:46
- — Tanya Kant (@TanyaKant1)Sun, Dec 01 2013 14:27:35
- Paolo Vecchi, from open-source company Omnis Systems, speaks on open-source as the safest alternative online.
- There was crypto-game prototyping during Cryptoparty, focusing on the Lego Panopticon, developed with MA Digital Media Arts student Maf'j Alvarez:
Brighton Cryptofestival - December 1 2013
A day of talks, activities and workshops, teaching practical privacy skills, and how to be more secure online. A production with Lighthouse Studio and the Open Rights Group.
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