In this session, we will talk about the lived experience of local and domain-specific surveillance, like fusion centers, surveillance of poor people, and predatory targeting, and creative forms of resistance. We’ll also discuss disconnections between techies and communities historically most affected by tracking and data profiling in the United States, and opportunities for the future. The goal of this session is to broaden the current set of values framing conversations about surveillance and the PRISM Program to consider human rights violations and social injustices in the United States’ own backyards and main streets.
RightsCon Workshop on Everyday Surveillance and Circumvention with moderator Seeta Peña Gangadharan, Senior Research Fellow, New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute; Becky Hurwitz, Community Organizer & Codesign Facilitator at MIT Center for Civic Media/RAD; Emi Kane, Allied Media Projects/ICU Oakland and INCITE!; Lara Kiswani, Executive Director, Arab Resource & Organizing Center; Amalia Deloney, Associate Director, Center for Media Justice
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