Socrates Seminar "The Future of Privacy and Transparency: Surveillance in a Digital Age" jointly organized by the Aspen Institute Kyiv and Aspen Institute Socrates Program will take place in Kyiv, 8-10 December 2016.
Does the widespread availability of personal data justify the government's need for covert surveillance or does it make secrecy obsolete and unnecessary? Recent disclosures by Snowden, Manning, and WikiLeaks have redefined the debate about the proper balance between privacy and transparency. In this seminar, we will have a wide ranging discussion about where to draw the line.
Moderator: Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO, the National Constitution Center; Professor of Law, The George Washington University.
Seminar language: English.
Registration fee: $1,700 (accomodation and travel cost not included; 50% or 100% scholarship may be provided upon request and after consideration by Aspen Institute Kyiv).
To apply, please, complete Application Form.