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  • joly 3:13 pm on 10/28/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    VIDEO: INET San Francisco – Cyber #Surveillance Public Forum #inetsf #prism @internetsociety 

    INET San FranciscoOn October 2 2013 the Internet Society San Francisco Bay Area Chapter and CNET hosted INET San Francisco – a live discussion on the complex implications of Government Internet surveillance.

    INET San Francisco comprised two components: first, a discussion featuring two experts on public policy and cyber surveillance. Alexander Abdo, a staff attorney with the National Security Program for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Nate Cardozo, Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) digital civil liberties team.; second, a panel took audience questions and discussed the relative merits of each speaker’s proposed approach. Panelists: Susan Freiwald, Professor, University of San Francisco Law School , Matthew Sundquist, Former Facebook Privacy Team Member and Co-founder of Plot.ly, Declan McCullagh (moderator), Chief Political Correspondent, CNET, and Paul Brigner, North America Regional Bureau Director, Internet Society.  The event was webcast live on the Internet Society livestream channel. Video is below.

    View on YouTube: http://youtu.be/qlX_TsEDcds
    Transcribe on AMARA: http://www.amara.org/en/videos/QWj7OK0pRFar/
    Agenda: http://www.internetsociety.org/inet-san-francisco/sessions
    Twitter: #inetsf | #surveillance

    • Charles Oloo 1:30 am on 10/03/2013 Permalink | Reply

      This is a very important topic and I wish I could participate. I would have wished to attend in person but time cannot allow as am only seeing it now. Kenya is currently faced with numerous challenges if insecurity and this forum would have provided an ideal opportunity to engage and learn from experts. However, I hope that the outcome/results will be made available so that we can grasp something useful to apply in our fragile situation.

      We are currently planning to hold a similar “workshop” to brainstorm and try find applicable long term solutions and mitigating measures. Any seeking experts, or institutions willing to partners with us in this endeavor are welcome.

    • Marrcos 6:19 pm on 10/07/2013 Permalink | Reply

      You have to check banamo.com – encrypted social communicator

  • joly 12:57 pm on 10/23/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    ISOC-NY TV show 2pm today: Cyber Surveillance Public Forum #inetsf #surveillance 

    isoc ny tvToday, Wednesday October 23 2013, the ISOC-NY TV show will  present an edited version of the webcast of the Cyber Surveillance Public Forum hosted by our SF Bay Area Chapter on October 2 2013. The discussion features two experts on public policy and cyber surveillance -Alexander Abdo, a staff attorney with the National Security Program for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and Nate Cardozo, Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) digital civil liberties team, moderated by Declan McCullagh, Chief Political Correspondent, CNET. The show, which airs from 2-3pm, may be viewed via Manhattan Cable or online via the MNN website.

    What: ISOC-NY TV Show – Cyber Surveillance Public Forum
    Where: Manhattan Neighborhood Network
    When: Wednesday October 23 2013 2pm-3pm EDT | 1800-1900 UTC
    Manhattan Cable: TWC 56 | RCN 83 | FiOS 34
    Webcast: http://www.mnn.org/live/2-lifestyle-channel

  • joly 1:23 am on 04/07/2010 Permalink | Reply
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    SF-Bay ISOC panel – SaaS on IPv6 – May 14 2010 

    What: SF-Bay ISOC IPv6 panel
    When: Friday, May 14, 2010 2:00pm – 5:00pm PST
    Where: Hurricane Electric Building Two “The Matrix”, 48233 Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA
    Who: The meeting is free and open to all
    Webcast: t.b.a.
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=333328912354

    We all know that IPv6 is something that needs to be done and adopted. There is a lot of advocacy in the Internet community on IPv6 but what are web application companies doing about moving to IPv6? Is there a need for greater resources in the community to enable IPv6 applications? The San Francisco Bay area chapter is organizing a panel of experts to present on IPv6 implementation experiences in Silicon Valley.

    Registration is free but due to limited seating pre-registration is required by May 7th 2010. A beer bash will be held at the end of this event.

    Panel members are from Hurricane Electric, ARIN and Microsoft, Netflix. More speakers are anticipated.

    Official Registration and more info on: http://www.sfbayisoc.org/IPv6Panel2010

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