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Latest revision as of 12:20, 10 March 2017

Exploring secure and anonymous video capture and distribution
Presenter(s) Andrew Lowenthal, Nathan Freitas, Natalie Cadranel, Harlo Holmes, Brian Conley
Title(s)
Organization(s) EngageMedia, Guardian Project, Open Archive, Freedom of the Press, Small World News
Project(s)
Country(ies) Australia, United States
Social media
2017 theme Journalism & Media

Online video distribution has become a highly monopolised and a mostly non 'free' game over the past decade. Video distribution business models are similar to those of much of the web - focused on data mining users. This creates systems that are insecure for those working in sensitive environments, and brings general users into a web that doesn't respect their privacy.

Format Conversation
Target Groups Journalists, Software Developers, Usability, Advocacy/Policy Professional, Communications Professionals, Academia, Front Line Activists
Length 1 Hour
Skill Level Intermediate
Language English


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