I was honored to be one of the keynote speakers at the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy 2014 Conference this year.
My talk gave an overview of the surveillance state we’re building today, and then used lessons from the past to show how incredibly dangerous that can be, before launching into the steps we must take – and are taking – to roll back that surveillance state and strike a more reasonable balance.
You can watch it below.
Big thanks to Amie Stepanovich and the other organizers of CFP 2014 for the invitation to speak at the event. It was an honor for me and also incredibly enriching. I learned a lot while I was there and met some incredible people working on the front lines of these issues.
You can see video of all the main-hall talks from CFP 2014 online now:
And for those of you who missed my talk at ADA’s Books, that bookstore talk wasn’t recorded, but the talk above is an evolution of it.