Organisers: DOCUDAYS UA
Do you still believe that you can stay invisible as digital technology develops? Since many areas of our life have moved online, it seems that the Orwellian world has become real and Big Brother actually has the technical capacity to watch you. We can state that the period when the internet was practically unregulated is over.
In this lecture, you will learn why some ideas which are popular among politicians, such as weakening encryption and introducing backdoors to popular messengers and services, prohibition of online anonymity, the further development of mass surveillance technologies, and isolating the internet within one country not only threaten human rights and freedoms, but also make little sense in terms of the technology.
To dot the Is and cross the Ts, we will create a top chart of the worst ideas on how to regulate the internet.
Speaker: Vadym Hudyma, expert and researcher at the Digital Security Lab.