Eva Galperin is the International Freedom of Expression coordinator for the Electronic Frontier Foundation and describes herself as a lifelong geek. She gives us an overview of the mission and scope of activity for EFF as well as detailing specific projects like the detection of Syrian malware used against activists, which EFF does to help protect free speech online. Eva discusses online privacy protection and government surveillance including Trapwire, the covert global tracking system employed by United States Government intelligence contractor that was exposed in the Stratfor email hack and released by Wikileaks as Global Intelligence files.
Jeremy Hammond is a member of the hacktivist network Anonymous, and a gifted computer programer whose case has attracted the attention of activists, civil libertarians and (...)
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Australian national radio’s Law Report features Lauri Love. Lauri Love is interviewed on ABC’s Law Report this week, on the subject of extradition law and cases of Gary (...)