Protecting your creative life from surveillance
Are you interested in helping to protect yourself and your community from abusive government surveillance? Would you prefer if companies weren’t able to use records of your online behavior to take advantage of you? There are now better methods available to protect us. This workshop will teach some of the latest techniques so people can keep their individual creative life decisions from being digitally appropriated, exploited and subverted through large-scale data gathering and digital analysis.
Feel free to bring your computer and/or phone — there will be WiFi available, and you can start downloading some of the material we describe as the workshop happens.
It’s from 12-2pm on Saturday April 21. This is one of a series of privacy workshops sponsored by Rhode Island Rights. The workshop is led by Greg Boyce, a cybersecurity specialist from the Boston area.