• Radio Netwatcher vom 4.4.2014 - Claudio Guarnieri und Morgan Marquis-Boire Vortrag: To Protect and Infect - Die Militarisierung des Internets
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Utl.: To Protect and Infect – Die Militarisierung des Internets

Claudio Guarnieri und Morgan Marquis-Boire berichten über die Dunkle Seite der Macht

To Protect and Infect – Die Militarisierung des Internets

Im Jahr 2013 hat das Internet seine Unschuld verloren. Die Enthüllung von Edward Snowden machten deutlich, dass der Infowar nicht allein für militärische Zwecke genutzt werden, sondern sich auch gegen die Zivilgesellschaft richtet. Ohne Whistleplattformen wie wikileaks, wüsste die Gesellschaft nichts von den Machenschaften hinter den Kulissen der Macht. Ob die Vorratsdatenspeicherung in Europa oder die Praktiken der NSA. In jedem Fall ist die Zivilgesellschaft aufgefordert wachsam zu bleiben und auf die Einhaltung ihrer Bürgerrechte zu achten.

Claudio Guarnieri und Morgan Marquis-Boire bringen etwas Licht über die dunkle Seite der Macht im Internet.

Talk ist in englischer Sprache:

2013 will be remembered as the year that the Internet lost its innocence for nearly everyone as light was shed on the widespread use of dragnet surveillance by the NSA and intelligence agencies globally. With the uprisings of the Arab Spring where people raided the offices of their regimes to bring evidence to light, we’ve seen a tremendous phenomenon: a large numbers of whistleblowers have taken action to inform the public about important details. The WikiLeaks SpyFiles series also shows us important details to corroborate these claims. There is ample evidence about the use and abuses of a multi-billion dollar industry that have now come to light. This evidence includes increasing use of targeted attacks to establish even more invasive control over corporate, government or other so-called legitimate targets.
Everything transiting our network connections is under surveillance to some degree. It’s also common for law enforcement and intelligence agencies to use exploits and malware to infect and monitor computers, mobile devices and to spy on networks. They’re able to bug our rooms with our own telephones, read encrypted emails, log keystrokes – they invade the most personal spaces in the very core of a person’s life with minimal economic impact to their budget. In this talk we’ll discuss the nature of targeted and untargeted surveillance, exploitation and intelligence gathering. This active surveillance is produced and operated not only by governments but by corporations and mercenaries that provide their intrusion services to the highest bidders who often have the lowest respect for human rights. We’ll introduce you to the players in the business of active, passive, tactical and strategic surveillance and the products they provide. We’ll also discuss examples of specific attacks on journalists and human rights activists worldwide in the last couple of years. Surprises won’t be missing.

Speaker: Claudio Guarnieri Morgan Marquis-Boire
EventID: 5439
Event: 30th Chaos Communication Congress [30c3] by the Chaos Computer Club [CCC]
Location: Congress Centrum Hamburg (CCH); Am Dammtor; Marseiller Straße; 20355 Hamburg; Germany
Language: english
Begin: Sun, 12/29/2013 21:05:00 +01:00
Lizenz: CC-by

Playlist:
Peter Sax – Saxy
Ja, Panik – LIBERTATIA
Depeche Ambros – I bin a Weh

Bonustrack:
theclavinover – Supergeile Promis
Kurt Razelli – HundeGacke Part 2

Lizenzinhaber_in: Team Netwatcher
Lizenz: (CC) 2014 V 3.0 AT BY NC SA

Sprache: English, Deutsch
Räumlichkeit: dies seits und jenseits der Matrix
Zeitlichkeit: aktuell

Eine Sendereihe von: Manfred Krejcik