Somebody's Watching Me: Big Brother In The Modern Age
This hour: privacy, policy, and the post-Snowden era.
Coming up, we hear how an exhibition at Hartford's Real Art Ways is challenging perceptions of corporate and government tracking.
Plus: the aftermath of Edward Snowden’s historic NSA disclosures. Four years later, how has discourse around surveillance changed in the U.S.? We take a closer look and we also hear from you.
- Emily Dreyfuss - National affairs writer at WIRED
- Kenneth Gray, M.P.S. - Lecturer in the University of New Haven’s Criminal Justice Department; retired FBI special agent
- Dillon Reisman - Independent research engineer collaborating with the Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project (WebTAP)
- Edward Shanken - Associate Professor and Director of Digital Arts and New Media at University of California, Santa Cruz; co-curator of the Real Art Ways exhibition “Nothing to Hide? Art, Surveillance, and Privacy”
- Will K. Wilkins - Executive Director of Real Art Ways in Hartford, Connecticut
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.