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[liberationtech] Live Webcast - Personal Democracy Forum 2014 - Save the Internet, The Internet Saves

Steven Clift clift at
Thu Jun 5 06:32:41 PDT 2014

One of the best net democracy related events in world is webcasting
now. An amazing collection of speakers.

They tend to webcast the plenaries. Just started.

Session are today and Friday.



Today - Save the Internet

9:00 am Eastern
The Battle for the Open Internet
One Year After Snowden
Bruce Schneier
How to Fight Mass Surveillance: Reset the Net
Holmes Wilson and Tiffiniy Cheng
Encryption is for Everyone
Jillian York
10:00 - 10:30Coffee Break
Sponsored by Microsoft
10:30 - NoonSurveillance and Its Discontents
A Conversation Across Cyberspace
Edward Snowden in conversation with John Perry Barlow
The Political Fight for the Open Internet
MEP Marietje Schaake
Fashioning a Defense Against Surveillance
Adam Harvey
Why We Need the IndieWeb
Tantek Çelik
Noon - 1:00The Internet's Double-Edged Sword
The Slow Burn of Oppression / The Slow Burn of Social Change
An Xiao Mina
Why Block It? How Authoritarian Regimes Take Advantage of Social Media
Katy Pearce
Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: How Internet Activists Overcome
Isolation, Fear and Apathy
Emily Parker
Movements in a Connected Age: Better at Changing Minds, Worse at Changing Power?
Zeynep Tufekci

4:30 pm Eastern

The Future of the Public Internet
Leapfrog Democracies: From Tunis to Tallinn, and Quito Too
David Evan Harris
The Internet's Missing Link: Tools for Turning Talk into Action
Benjamin Knight
Who's At The Table?
Andre Banks
Practices of the Minimally Viable Utopia
Adam Greenfield
The Bright Promise of Dark Fiber
Susan Crawford
Reconfiguring Democracy for the Internet Age: The Fight of a Generation
Rebecca MacKinnon
Building the Public Internet
Sue Gardner

More on Friday ...

The Internet Saves

Yes. Yes, We Can.
By The People: Government Service is a Civic Duty
Matthew Burton
Hidden in Plain Sight: Detroit's Invisible Information Crisis
Jerry Paffendorf
The GovStack: Delivering Government as a Platform
Mike Bracken

NoonThe Civics of Tech
The 3rd of July
Brad Smith
The Calculus of Civic Engagement
Anthea Watson Strong
Mind Mapping the Civic Tech Space
Marci Harris
Made in NYC: Civic Hacking 102
Noel Hidalgo
Stacy Donohue
Tech for Good: Tumml and Urban Impact Entrepeneurship
Julie Lein and Clara Brenner
Crowdfunding and Urban Poverty
Rose Broome
The Connected Skilled Trades Workshop
James Dunbar

Changing Culture, Changing Politics
The Bombastic Brilliance of Black Twitter
Kimberly Ellis
The Era of Big Campaigns is Over... So What Era Are We In?
Chuck DeFeo
Virtual Jiu-Jitsu: Whose Stigma Is It Now?
Ilyse Hogue

Closing Plenary
Full Stack Advocacy
Joe Green
Love Thy Neighbor...Hood
Ben Berkowitz
Sharing The Future
Brian Chesky
The Problem With Petitions: Working With Leaders, Not Just At Them
Jake Brewer
The Post-Digital Decade
Patrick Ruffini
Five Ideas For A New America
Anne-Marie Slaughter
The Changing Speed Of Change
Clay Shirky

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