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Karin Spaink on Thu, 27 Nov 2014 15:50:54 +0100 (CET)


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<nettime> Fwd: Three Uncensored Days: Logan Symposium, 5-7 December


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> From: Rosie Beaumont-Thomas <Rosie.Beaumont-Thomas {AT} fourcolmangetty.com>
> Subject: Three Uncensored Days: Logan Symposium, 5-7 December
> Date: November 27, 2014 11:37:38 GMT+1
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> On Privacy, Surveillance, & Free Speech 
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> The Logan Symposium 2014
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> Journalists and hacktivists speak openly
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> Where: The Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London
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> What: Three uncensored days
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> Leading investigative journalists and hacktivists debate common concerns and share formidable skills in story-telling and evidence protection. 
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> Why: Mass surveillance is at a tipping point. The Symposium is committed to a digital world free of spying, intrusion and authoritarian invasions of privacy.
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> When: Friday 5- Sunday 7 December
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> Find out more, book your place and follow the issues on social media. The event will be live-streamed.
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> Student Discount Offered
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> The Logan Symposium welcomes aspiring investigative journalists. Click here to receive a sizable student discount. Bring your ID to registration.
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> CITIZENFOUR Special screening
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> Sunday Dec. 7
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> See the film and engage in a lively discussion. 
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> One-day tickets are available now.
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> Get sorted at the Cryptobar!  
> Still worried about your data?  We are too.
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> Stop by for free advice on all things privacy at the LoganCIJ Cryptobar. Have questions about cybersecurity? Wish you knew how to protect your device from unwanted eyes and ears? Ask the experts anything to do with surveillance and privacy. Bring your laptop and mobile device for hands-on guidance. What happens at the Cryptobar stays at the Cryptobar.
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> Pop-up Youth-Run TV Show at LoganCIJ
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> newsPeeksLIVE will host a ?pop-up TV station? run by editors aged 16-24. Participants and speakers will be asked to reflect on their experiences with privacy and surveillance, framing the issues for a young audience. 
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> Speakers include:
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> Seymour Hersh, premier American investigative journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The My Lai Massacre and Abu Ghraib.
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> Laura Poitras, director of CitizenFour and a well-known artist, currently finishing her trilogy of films about post-9/11 America.
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> Jake Appelbaum, computer security expert currently living in Berlin. Chief advocate of TOR, a free software network designed to provide online anonymity.  Repeated target of US law enforcement agencies, co-founder of the San Francisco hackerspace Noisebridge and a trusted confidant of Edward Snowden.
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> See full speaker list here. 
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> The Symposium is generously funded by The Reva and David Logan Foundation of Chicago.
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> This family foundation supports outstanding work in the fields of social justice, academic scholarship, the arts, and investigative journalism.
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> Central to the event is ourMarketplace. Featured stallholders will showcase new software, hardware, publications, and books.
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