Saturday, October 25, 2014, 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Kane Hall, University of Washington Campus
Free for all UW students, faculty and staff.
$10 General Admission
Tickets available here:
http://www.henryartgallery.strangertickets.com/events/17115635/special-lecture-cory-doctorow

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media, the Henry Art Gallery, and the UW Tech Policy Lab present “Alice, Bob and Clapper: What Snowden taught us about privacy” with author and activist Cory Doctorow. Doctorow’s novels Little BrotherHomeland, and forthcoming book Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free address issues of privacy, surveillance, copyright, cryptography, and social activism. Doctorow is a co-editor of the popular weblog Boing Boing (boingboing.net), and a contributor to The GuardianThe New York TimesPublishers Weekly,Wired, and many other publications. He was formerly Director of European Affairs for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (eff.org), a nonprofit civil liberties group that defends freedom in technology law, policy, standards, and treaties.