STAYING CONNECTED: A Privacy Crisis
23 March 2017
Cremorne Theatre, QPAC

Summary

Technological advances are challenging our expectations of privacy. Is ‘unplugging’ the only alternative?

Public surveillance, cybercrime and metadata retention each affect our right to privacy and impacts the way we live our increasingly connected and digitally documented lives. Balancing the security needs of the many against the rights of an individual is a challenging dilemma.

Our hyper-vigilant panel of technological and social commentators delves into a modern-day crisis that is redefining our public and private worlds, online and off.

 

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Hugh Bradlow

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Hugh Bradlow

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Linda Jaivin

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Linda Jaivin

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Robyn Williams

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Robyn Williams

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Suelette Dreyfus

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Suelette Dreyfus

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Tim Wellsmore

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Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Melbourne Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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Staying Connected: A Privacy Crisis

23 March 2017

75mins 6:00pm

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