Whose Future Is at Stake When It Comes to Working with the Snowden Archives?

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After “Un|Commons” (2015), the Berliner Gazette continues its work on the commons in 2016 under the title “Tacit Futures.” We kicked off this annual project at transmediale with the lecture and workshop program “Diving into the Snowden Archives.” This audio file is a complete recording of the panel discussion “Building Snowden Archives,” where John Young (Cryptome.org) stated: “You have to see what you in Berlin can do about the surveillance state. Because we in the United States are trapped.” Other speakers included Andrew Clement (The Snowden Digital Surveillance Archive), Evan Light (Snowden Archive-in-a-Box), MC McGrath (The Snowden Document Search / Transparency Toolkit), Deborah Natsios (Cryptome.org). Moderator: Krystian Woznicki (berlinergazette.de). Introduction: Kristoffer Gansing (transmediale). The recording of the panel was made on February 4, 2016 at the House of World Cultures and can be listened to by pressing the play button above.

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