Framing Data Retention

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Description Data retention was killed decisively by the European Court earlier this year. It's dead - but it's also still moving. It's a ZOMBIE LAW (cue the scary music). We need to design new ways to combat the undead. And we know that new zombie eggs are being hatched as we speak. How to fight those? In our time together we will explore ways to win the fight. By framing the discussion in the most effective way.
Type Workshop
Kids session No
Keyword(s) political
Tags Data Retention, Politics, Activism, Zombie law
Person organizing Lennarth, Socialhack, Kiki
Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2014/12/29 15:00
Ends at 2014/12/29 16:30
Duration 90 minutes
Location Hall B

The workshop will cover the following subjects:

  • How (un)dead is data retention?
  • What is framing anyway?
  • How is data retention being framed already?
  • How can we reframe data retention?

The interactivity will increase with each section.

End goal of the workshop is that we will either improve existing frames or come with entirely new ones and try to find some common language to use to solidify the Court's verdict.

Mailinglist for further discussion regarding data retention in Europe <a href="">edri-dr</a>. Slides are <a href="">here</a>.