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When it comes to surveillance and digital security, our movements depend on protecting each other. In this session we will cover basics on how surveillance works and the technology behind it, best practices for documenting protests, options for using more secure platforms, and how to minimize ramifications when we are inevitably surveilled. Especially in this moment of mass uprising, it is critical that we understand how to keep each other safe from the ways surveillance and technology can be used against us.

 

[Image description: Greyscale image of mass of people in a crowd from behind with the following event text details superimposed: “Defending our rights, protecting our movements: Solidarity towards collective power. Surveillance of Activists & Social Media Activity. Session Four: Monday, August 17th from 5:30-7:30PM. Zoom link: bit.ly/surveillanceteachin. When it comes to surveillance and digital security, our movements depend on protecting each other. In this session we will cover basics on how surveillance works and the technology behind it, best practices for documenting protests, options for using more secure platforms, and how to minimize ramifications when we are inevitably surveilled. Especially in this moment of mass uprising, it is critical that we understand how to keep each other safe from the ways surveillance and technology can be used against us. Moderator: Eliana Rubin, NLG-SF, Program director. Speakers: Hayg Astourian, digital security activist; Nash Sheard, electronic frontier foundation; Myaisha Hayes, media justice; Pablo Salazar, digital security activist.”]

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