Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Your Call 071608 Never Alone, Always Recorded

How has our culture changed because of near ubiquitous surveillance? On the next Your Call we'll discuss the ever shrinking zone of privacy free from government or corporate observation. The NSA could be listening to your phone calls, Google might be taking pictures of your front door and the pizza parlor might be selling your information to marketers. How are we responding, co-opting and resisting the culture of no privacy? It's Your Call with Sandip Roy and You.

Trevor Paglen in San Francisco
East Bay artist who uses high powered cameras to take pictures of spy satellites

Bruce Schneier in Santa Clara, CA
Security expert and skeptic, founder of Counterpane Security and author of the blog Schneier on Security

Rudolf Freiling in San Francisco
Curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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