Just between you and me?
Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, 6:00pm
(Pulitzer Hall – 3rd Floor Lecture Hall)
In the wake of the Snowden disclosures, digital privacy has become more than just a hot topic, especially for journalists. Join us for a conversation about surveillance, security and the ways in which “protecting your source” means something different today than it did just a few years ago. And, if you want to learn some [...]
The law and technologies that govern the functioning of today’s digital communication systems have dramatically affected journalists’ ability to protect their sources. This paper offers an overview of how these legal and technical systems developed, and how their intersection exposes all digital communications – not just those of journalists and their sources – to scrutiny. Strategies for reducing this exposure are explored, along with recommendations for individuals and organizations about how to address this pervasive issue.
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