Seminar on Community-Driven Cryptography
This seminar on Community-Driven Cryptography is an intentional space for the exploration of how cryptography intersects with society. Our purpose is to design and create more just and equitable technical solutions that explicitly benefit marginalized communities. In this process, we aim to better educate ourselves and others on the specific security and privacy needs of marginalized communities. This seminar hopes to build an interdisciplinary community of cryptographers, social scientists, humanities scholars, industry practitioners, community-based organizations, etc and contribute to the broadening of access to this field.
CalendarWeekly meetings are held every other Friday from 12-1pm ET. Feel free to reach out to either Alishah or Lucy to receive the calendar invite and zoom link!
- Speaker: Kentrell Owens
- K. Owens, C. Cobb, L. Cranor. “You Gotta Watch What You Say”: Surveillance of Communication with Incarcerated People. (Video).
- Speaker: Alex LeClerc and Glencora Borradaile
- Speaker: Rikke Jensen
- M. Albrecht, J. Blasco, R. Jensen, L. Mareková. Collective Information Security in Large-Scale Urban Protests: the Case of Hong Kong. (Video).
- Algorithms for the People, Brown University
- The Color of Surveillance: Law and History, Georgetown University
- Communications Security and Social Movements, Oregon State University
- Seeing the Invisible, University of California San Diego