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hpr1713 :: Fosdem 2015: Surveillance vs. Free Software

Interviews at the Free and Open Source devleopers meeting FOSDEM in Brussels.

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Part of the series: Interviews

HPR Correspondents bring you Interviews from interesting people and projects

Aaron Williamson

Free Software Law Expert Aaron Williamson held a brilliant talk on the history of internet surveillance in the USA at FOSDEM 2015. After the Paris terror attacks, many politicians want to increase surveillance. British Prime Minister David Cameron wants to read all our emails - even the encrypted ones. Is this the only answer to terror attacks? Aaron has a very strong opinion on this.

Mathias Kirschner, Free Software Foundation Europe

Matthias is the Vicepresident of the Free Software Foundation Europe. In our interview at Fosdem 2015, he explains the work and the goal of the foundation and how they do lobbying for Free Software in parliaments and government bodies.

Torproject - nos ognions

A member of nos-ognions.net, which is part of the Tor project, explains about exit nodes, transparency and surveillance.


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