Chaotic Moon Studios shows off a drone that can remotely stun a person, but its creators say it has applications beyond law enforcement.
The Trustworthy Technology Conference, live from the Metreon in San Francisco.
In case you don’t have seven hours to watch it all at once, below are the times listed for the various talks.
4:05 – Welcome to TrustyCon – Alex Stamos and Cindy Cohn
15:27 – The Talk I Was Going to Give at RSA – Mikko Hypponen
1:04:20 – The Laws and Ethics of Trustworthy Technology – Christopher Soghoian
1:25:42 – The Laws and Ethics of Trustworthy Technology – Marcia Hofmann
2:04:06 – Joseph Menn interviews Bruce Schneier live
3:53:25 – Securing SecureDrop – Garrett Robinson, Yan Zhu
4:34:00 – New Frontiers in Cryptography – Chris Palmer, Dan Boneh
5:18:45 – Trusted Computing Tech and Government Implants – Steve Weis
6:05:30 – Community Immunity – Jeff Moss
6:32:33 – Redesigning NSA Programs to Protect Privacy – Ed Felten
Privacy researcher Christopher Soghoian sees the landscape of government surveillance shifting beneath our feet, as an industry grows to support monitoring programs. Through private companies, he says, governments are buying technology with the capacity to break into computers, steal documents and monitor activity — without detection. This TED Fellow gives an unsettling look at what’s to come.
A look at the suspension of rights at the border, murkiness of border policies, and lack of answers from the federal government.