November 19, 2014
The NSA is watching all of us. So how can we watch back?
Edward Snowden’s leaks about U.S. surveillance clarified one thing: there is no privacy in the digital age. Our right to privacy is no longer a given, but a negotiation.
The issues here are huge, gnarly and deeply frightening. So I’ve asked Geoffrey Stone to unpack them for us at the Ramsay Luncheon on Wednesday, November 19th.
Stone is the former Dean of Law at the University of Chicago and one of the four eminent Americans selected by President Obama (whom Stone taught how to teach law) to investigate the NSA’s surveillance of its own citizens. Their investigation was finished in April, but it is being published next month in book form as The NSA Report.
So please join us to hear one of the world’s great authorities on surveillance and privacy – and where both are headed.
Debate with Chris Hedges
$89.00 + HST and includes a copy of The NSA Report.
Tables of 10 are available for $890.00 + HST and includes 10 copies of The NSA Report.
If you register and find you can’t attend, please give us 48 hours notice in advance, or unhappily, your payment will have to stick.
Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Reception: 12:00 p.m.
Lunch: 12:30 p.m.
Food for Thought: 1:10 p.m.
Questions & Answers: 1:40 p.m.
Depart: 1:59 p.m.