Intelligence Gathering and the Unowned Internet - NSA, Schneier, Zittrain, Benkler panel
This starts dry but it’s a very important discussion that drills down to both what’s currently wrong with our espionage and surveillance practice, as well as what is currently right. Excellent panel with the right credentials, experience, and knowledge, so please do take the time to watch this entirely.
The long-term viability of an unowned, open Internet remains in question. Any analysis of where the Internet is headed as a protocol and a platform must take into account the activities of both public and private entities that see the Internet as a source of intelligence — and a field of contention. Yochai Benkler, Bruce Schneier, and Jonathan Zittrain of the Berkman Center are joined by John DeLong and Anne Neuberger of the National Security Agency in a conversation moderated by Berkman Faculty Director Terry Fisher on the future of an open internet in the face of challenges to privacy in an unsecure world.
More info on this event here: cyber.law.harvard.edu
This talk was co-sponsored by: the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, the Harvard Law School American Civil Liberties Union, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, National Security Journal, and National Security and Law Association.