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15 June 2019

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Katherine Maher (Wikimedia Foundation) and Jillian C. York (Electronic Frontier Foundation, JillianCYork.com)

On Interrobang‽, Katherine and Jillian discuss the implications of the Trans-Pacific Partnership for online freedom. They then turn to the survey by the writers’ organization PEN showing widespread concern over online surveillance. Can a barrage of FOIA requests expose how the FBI operates? Is the NSA spying on your cell phone even when it’s turned off? Is the International Space Station infected with malware? Is international development being used as a front for surveillance? Plus: Did comedian Andy Kaufman fake his own death?

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Interrobang‽ | Nov 16, 2013 | Katherine Maher & Jillian C. York

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