Unblinking: New Perspectives on Visual Privacy in the 21st Century
Rebar presents at a UC Berkeley conference on privacy and surveillance.
Rebar was a featured presenter and panelist at “UnBlinking: New Perspectives on Visual Privacy in the 21st Century”, a conference held at the University of California, Berkeley. From the conference website:
Privacy is a complex and often abstract topic: this symposium will address “visual privacy,” a subset of the much broader topic of data privacy, and bring together experts from a range of perspectives: art, law, engineering, public policy, psychology, architecture, urban planning, sociology, human rights and others.
Conference supporters included:
- Samuelson Law, Technology, & Public Policy Clinic ~ UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall School of Law)
- Berkeley Center for Law & Technology ~ UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall School of Law)
- Center for Information Technology in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) ~ UC Berkeley
- Center for New Media (CNM) ~ UC Berkeley
- College of Engineering ~ UC Berkeley
Date: November 3 & 4, 2006
Location: UC Berkeley School of Law