Session:Make Mass Surveillance Impossible Again

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Description We tried mass demonstrations against surveillance, and failed. We are trying to stop it one court case at a time. But we could campaign for a kind of Internet that technically cannot be surveilled. And we can make it a legal requirement for a Next Generation Internet.
Website(s) http://youbroketheinternet.cheettyiapsyciew.onion/#legislation
Type Discussion
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social, political, hardware, software, network, web, hacking, security, safety
Tags NGI, YBTI
Processing assembly Assembly:NGI
Person organizing User:lynX
Language en - English
en - English
Related to Projects:secushare
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Subtitle Mobilize the People for a Rights-Respecting Internet
Starts at 2017/12/30 12:00
Ends at 2017/12/30 13:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:Seminar room 14-15

We tried mass demonstrations against surveillance ("Freiheit statt Angst", "Stop Watching Us!"), and failed. Now we are trying to stop it one court case at a time. But we could do more. We could campaign for a kind of Internet that technically cannot be surveilled. And we can make it a legal requirement for a Next Generation Internet. We could pressure our parliaments to require that all computers and phones sold after a certain year function with technology that does not put what's left of our democracies at risk of systematic surveillance and mass manipulation. Let's discuss this. We need a new campaign, we need a clear political request (that political parties can support and citizen can petition for) and we need to organize demonstrations on the streets not against surveillance but for safe and civil-rights-respectful technology!