Surveillance, Civil Rights, Privacy, Security + Intelligence
Examining the relationship between technological advancement, innovation, privacy, civil rights, liberties, and intelligence systems.
In the digital age surveillance, privacy + intelligence face exceptional challenges as government and industry look to address interests, security and public concerns. These areas have begun to collide with intelligence collection, surveillance, and national security interests, forcing policymakers to address and work with interests simultaneously.
Commonly addressed topics range from encryption, human rights, privacy, surveillance, intelligence and legal reform.