Art, Design, and the Future of Privacy

Where to From Here?

presented by Cory Doctorow

Although we haven’t reached peak sur­veil­lance, we’ve reached peak indif­fer­ence to sur­veil­lance. There will nev­er be anoth­er day in which few­er peo­ple give a shit about this because there’ll nev­er be a day in which few­er people’s lives have been ruined by this.

No, Thank You: Agency, Imagination, and Possibilities for Rejecting World-Changing Tech

presented by Allison Burtch, Kate Crawford, Meredith Whittaker, Lauren McCarthy

We’re try­ing to say it’s on you, it’s your respon­si­bil­i­ty, fig­ure this out, down­load this, under­stand end-to-end encryp­tion, when it’s a shared prob­lem and it’s a com­mu­nal prob­lem.

Ask a Prison Librarian about Privacy, Technology, and State Control

presented by Cory Doctorow, Sarah Ball

What does it mean to be pri­vate when you’re in a place where you have no right to pri­va­cy but are iron­i­cal­ly deprived of the thing that makes your pri­va­cy go away?

If You Build It, They Won’t Care: Designing Privacy-Preserving Technologies for People with Other Interests

presented by Ame Elliot, Harlo Holmes, Scout Sinclair Brody, Tyler Reinhard

I think that pri­va­cy is some­thing that we can think of in terms of a civ­il right, as indi­vid­u­als. […] That’s a civ­il rights issue. But I think there’s also a way to think about it in terms of a social issue that’s larg­er than sim­ply the indi­vid­ual.

Human Rights Meets Design Challenges

presented by Scout Sinclair Brody

How do we take this right that you have to your data and put it back in your hands, and give you con­trol over it? And how do we do this not just from a tech­no­log­i­cal per­spec­tive but how do we do it from a human per­spec­tive?

Digital Privacy IRL

presented by Ame Elliot, Noah Biklen, Sarah Gold

As we’re giv­ing our homes this new lay­er of smart­ness and intel­li­gence, we’re giv­ing away its own­er­ship to very large orga­ni­za­tions. And as we become a gen­er­a­tion of renters, what I’m very inter­est­ed in is how do land­lords respond to that?

Art, Design, and the Future of Privacy Introduction

presented by Marvin Jordan, Meredith Whittaker

We have to know what we want. We have to imag­ine how it looks. We have to under­stand how it feels, how it smells, how it func­tions, before we can design it. Before we can code it. Before we can imple­ment it, and before we can sell it.

Art, Design, and the Future of Privacy Preface

presented by Meredith Whittaker

You don’t need a CS degree to know how [tech­nolo­gies] impact your life, so how do we start exam­in­ing those impacts and then lead­ing with an under­stand­ing of what we actu­al­ly want to build, how we want to build it, and let­ting the imag­i­na­tive capa­bil­i­ties of all of these peo­ple dri­ve that.

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