"Snowden and the Future" - Part I
Please join the Software Freedom Law Center and Columbia Law School for a series of talks by Eben Moglen on "Snowden and the Future" that will address the following questions:
What has Edward Snowden done to change the course of human history? How does the evolution of surveillance since World War II threaten democracy? What does it mean that information can be both so powerful and so easily spread? In a network embracing all of humanity, how does democracy survive our desire for security?
This four part series will run from 16:30 to 17:30 on the evenings of October 9th, 30th, November 13th, and December 4th. Please join us in room 101 of Columbia Law School's Jerome Greene hall or online at http://snowdenandthefuture.info.
Eben Moglen - Founder of the Software Freedom Law Center; Columbia law professor and historian; 2003 recipient of the EFF pioneer award for his role in legalizing software encryption and defending free software; 1986-87 clerk to Justice Thurgood Marshall of the US Supreme Court.