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Friday, May 18 • 17:15 - 18:15
Building the anti-spyware toolbox: from reporting to lawsuits

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Increasingly, sophisticated spyware is used to target activists, journalist and human rights defenders around the globe. What happens from that first encounter with a malicious link or suspicious code? There are organizations and helplines which can assist in regaining control and security, and there are those who can help analyze where the code came from, archive it… and then there are those who publish comprehensive analytical reports, and those who hold the companies and vendors behind the technology accountable.

This roundtable session aims to bring together some of the experts behind this work, and really bring RightsCon attendees a closer look at the reporting chain, and how they can contribute. From the frontlines to the world’s capitals – we will look at what is available to civil society and its many actors in holding businesses and governments accountable for their actions.


Moderators
avatar for Lucie Krahulcova

Lucie Krahulcova

Policy Analyst, Access Now
EU Policy Analyst at the Access Now Brussels office. Working on export controls, surveillance, government hacking, encryption, law enforcement, Internet of Things, vulnerability disclosure... Let's talk!

Speakers
avatar for Nate Cardozo

Nate Cardozo

Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Nate Cardozo is a Senior Staff Attorney on EFF’s civil liberties team where he focuses on cybersecurity policy and defending coders’ rights. | | Nate has litigated cases involving electronic surveillance, freedom of information, digital anonymity, online free expression, and... Read More →
avatar for Khalid Ibrahim

Khalid Ibrahim

Executive Director, Gulf Centre for Human Rights
A certified specialist in the field of human rights with an interest in the use of new technologies to enhance the protection of human rights in the MENA region.
avatar for Marc Owen Jones

Marc Owen Jones

Director/Research, Bahrain Watch/Exeter University
Bots, Middle East, Censorship, Doughnuts are some of my key interests. In addition to doing work documenting social media intimidation, hate speech and surveillance in the Gulf with Bahrain Watch, I am also a multidisplinary academic (and historian) at the University of Exeter in... Read More →
avatar for Thenmozhi Soundararajan

Thenmozhi Soundararajan

Thenmozhi is an artist, activist, and technologist with Equality Labs., Equality Labs
Equality Labs


Friday May 18, 2018 17:15 - 18:15
205C

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