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Would you let a stranger browse your mobile phone? – 2nd of August 2015

What’s new on Cybersalon.org Surveillance Report by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) – a new voice in the debate read here This week on the internet… RUSI shows conservative bias by appointing William Hague as chairman – read in The Guardian Would you let ...

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RUSI report – a box ticking exercise?

The recent Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) surveillance review, despite offering a few welcome recommendations, is far from ground-breaking. Comfortably falling between the Intelligence and Security Committee and David Anderson reports on a progressive solutions scale, the review is just ...

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Privacy is a gift – 26th of July 2015

Lately on Cybersalon.org Gretchen Andrew Google Glass artist explores video and versioning in Not But Also Not Not Billy Childish. Wendy Grossman discusses surveillance and the latest events in the process of the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act and asks “How do we measure the system’s ...

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How to Lobby your MP

Open Rights Group organised an event at the House of Commons to lobby MPs and discuss our concerns about the Draft Communications Data Bill with our individual MPs to raise the awareness. Cybersalon joined and learned a lot, as always. ...

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A remarkable consensus of high-level opinion seemed to be emerging about the state of communications surveillance in the UK until this morning, when the High Court ruled in favour of the MPs Tom Watson (Labour – West Bromwich East) and David Davis (Conservative ...

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Not But Also Not Not Billy Childish

Performance as a process of understanding my “Billy Childish Paintings”  By: Gretchen Andrew When Marguerite wrote, “This is not a pipe” under his painting of a pipe he was playing with the relationship between an object and its representation.  This ...

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Cybersalon at the House of Commons

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Cybersalon at the House of Commons consulting on surveillance and oversight reform

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Surveillance: What is to be done?

Get Tickets: £5.00, free for students Next Event: Tues 25th March at 7pm: Digitas LBi, 146 Brick Lane, London E1 6RU In response to Edward Snowden and the recent call in the Houses of Parliament, Cybersalon has invited 4 key Internet ...

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