Protesting in the Age of Mass Surveillance

The rights to assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievance are under acute threat, domestically and internationally. If you want to find out more about how to protest without the government tracking you, our Minnesota chapter held a timely discussion Thursday on “Protesting in the Age of Mass Surveillance” with technologist Bruce Schneier, RT4 Litigation Chair Mahesha Subbaraman, ACLU-MN attorney Isabella Nascimento and Freddy Martinez of Open The Government, moderated by Minneapolis activist and RT4 Program Associate Jo Facklam.

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Restore the Fourth Minnesota will also be hosting a series of hands on workshops for activists on the ground to receive personalized attention from security experts and protest veterans.

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