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Chapter 1. Introduction
University in Frankfurt Am Main, Germany - "Are we facing surveillance like in China?”
PRISCILLA F. HARMANUS: I attended the presentation by Richard M. Stallman of the Free Software Foundation FSF "Are we facing surveillance like in China?” in the University of Frankfurt am Main, in 2019, Jul 15.
I found it very interesting, and agree with him on many points, as you probably already noticed from my focus on free and open source software (FOSS) and avoidance of proprietary non-free solutions — within the limits imposed by my educational environment and or employment by a major commercial software vendor, of course :-).
Are We Facing Surveillance Like in China?
Location: Festsaal, Casino (#7), Campus Westend, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Grüneburgplatz 1, 60323 Frankfurt, Germany
Digital technology has enabled governments to impose surveillance that Stalin could only dream of, making it next to impossible to talk with a reporter undetected. This puts democracy in danger. Stallman will present the absolute limit on general surveillance in a democracy, and suggest ways to design systems not to collect dossiers on all citizens.
Monday, July, 15th 2019, 7.30 p.m. @ Frankfurt University, Campus Westend, Casino, Banquet Hall (room 823)
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