Join ISG on February 11, 2014 for a special free screening of the film Terms and Conditions May Apply, a "creepily unnerving" look at how government and corporate surveillance are undermining fundamental privacy rights. The award-winning documentary has been described as "eye-opening", "truly scary" and "mandatory viewing for everyone who uses the Internet."
What: The event Is Privacy Dead?, a screening of Cullen Hoback's new film Terms and Conditions May Apply (running time 58 minutes), immediately followed by a short Q&A.
When: Tuesday, February 11th at 6:30 pm (doors open at 6:15)
Where: Smith-Buonanno Hall (Rm 106), 95 Cushing St., on Brown's Pembroke campus (map and images)
Who: David Sherry, Brown's Chief Information Security Officer, will host the event and facilitate the post-film discussion with Computer Science Professor John Savage along with Timothy Edgar, Visiting Fellow at the Watson Institute, and Ravi Pendse, Brown's Vice President for Computing and Information Services and CIO.
Tickets: The event has sold out. If you wish to be added to the waitlist, please send your request to Pat Falcon@brown.edu.
Extras: Light refreshments will be served and a drawing for door prizes will cap the evening.
This special event is co-sponsored by the Information Security Group and the Brown chapter of the ACLU and is being held in conjunction with Data Privacy Month (January 28 - February 28), an concerted effort by higher education to raise awareness about protecting the privacy of data, whether institutional or personal.