Data Protection Day - How are technologists safeguarding our digital private lives?
THU 28.01.16 13:00-14:00
THE FUTURE OF ONLINE PRIVACY
WHERE: SCIENCE GALLERY DUBLIN
How are artists revealing new and future issues for online privacy? How are technologists safeguarding our digital private lives? How will the internet adapt to our increasingly data-private culture? Join us at Science Gallery Dublin for a high-energy lunch-time event, where technology experts from all around the world join us remotely for a radio-style conversation that tests the limits of online security. Book your free ticket here.
THU 28.01.16 18:00-19:30
ONLINE PRIVACY: RISK, OPPORTUNITY & INNOVATION
WHERE: TRINITY BIOSCIENCES MEDICAL INSITUTE, Trinity College Dublin, Pearse Street
How can the internet adapt to a more privacy-aware culture? How can we address the risks of online life, but still seize business, social, and cultural opportunities? With the rise of AdBlock, Ghostery, and a general frustration with online advertising, how can businesses continue to reach new customers? Join us at the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute on Pearse Street for a discussion on the opportunities to innovate online, and the privacy risks that need to be traversed to do so. Book your free ticket here.
THU 28.01.16 12:00-15:00
DROP-IN LOCK-PICKING AND ENCRYPTION WORKSHOPS
WHERE: THE ARTS BLOCK
Visit us in the Arts Block between 12 and 3pm for a free drop-in lock-picking workshop, as well as an encryption tutorial to keep your online data safe. Learn how to encrypt your emails, chat securely and avoid surveillance and censorship online using tools and technologies trusted by journalists, activists, spies. No booking necessary, just drop by.
We hope to see you there!