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Horizon – Inside the Dark Web (2014) feat. Berners-Lee, Assange, Appelbaum, Syverson, Chaum, Schneier, Angwin

In Activism, Anonymous, Appelbaum, Archive, Assange, Bitcoin, Encryption, GCHQ, ICANN, Internet, NSA, NSA Files, Silk Road, Snowden, Surveillance, Technology, Tor, WikiLeaks on September 4, 2014 at 1:50 AM

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09/03/2014

Twenty-five years after the world wide web was created, it is now caught in the greatest controversy of its existence: surveillance.

With many concerned that governments and corporations can monitor our every move, Horizon meets the hackers and scientists whose technology is fighting back. It is a controversial technology, and some law enforcement officers believe it is leading to ‘risk-free crime’ on the ‘dark web’ – a place where almost anything can be bought, from guns and drugs to credit card details.

Horizon delves inside the ‘dark web’.

Featuring interviews with inventor of the world wide web Sir Tim Berners-LeeWikiLeaks‘ Julian Assange, computer security researcher and Tor Project developer Jacob Appelbaum, co-developer of Onion Routing Paul Syverson, inventor, cryptographer and Internet anonymity pioneer David Chaum, cryptographer and computer security expert Bruce Schneier, journalist and technology researcher Julia Angwin.


References:

GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications

Dragnet Nation – Julia Angwin

CO-TRAVELER Analytics: NSA Collects 5 Billion Cellphone Locations Per Day, Tracking Movements/Mapping Relationships

Untraceable Electronic Mail, Return Addresses, and Digital Pseudonyms – David Chaum (1981) (PDF/<1MB)

List of David Chaum Articles

Anonymous Connections and Onion Routing  – Reed, Syverson, Goldschlag (1998) (PDF/<1MB)

The Tor Network: We’re Living In Interesting Times – Roger Dingledine & Jacob Appelbaum @ 30c3

Cypherpunks

NSA & GCHQ Target Tor Network (TOP SECRET Docs)

Silk Road/Ross Ulbricht

Bitcoin

ICANN and the 7 Keys to the Internet

Encryption Works / How to Combat Online Surveillance

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