WEBCAST MONDAY: Spouseware and Stalkerware – Where Do We Go From Here? #LogicLoungeNY with Eva Galperin @evacide @vclaTUwien @TheNewSchool

livestreamOn Monday July 15 2019 at 5pm EDT (21:00 UTC) the 31st International Conference on Computer-Aided Verification (CAV) and the Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms at TU Wien (VCLA) present a talk: Spouseware and Stalkerware – Where Do We Go From Here? at the New School in NYC.

Powerful surveillance software aka spyware is widely available on the internet at affordable prices. It is marketed to employers wanting to monitor the movements of their workers, to parents wanting to check electronically on the whereabouts of their children, or even to reveal a partner’s infidelity. Where do the tech community, the police, and the policymakers stand on the issue of surveillance for private purposes? How much such usage/marketing is legal? And, lastly, how do you safeguard yourself against an attack? Speaker Eva Galperin, Director of Cybersecurity at Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), will address these questions and more.

The event will be webcast live on the Internet Society Livestream Channel.

VIEW ON LIVESTREAM: https://livestream.com/internetsociety/logicloungeny

TWITTER: #LogicLoungeNY http://bit.ly/logicloungeny

The LogicLounge was born at the Vienna Summer of Logic in 2014, which brought together almost 3000 scientists in the fields of logic, philosophy, mathematics, computer science, and artificial intelligence. Since then it has been traveling the world as a regular event at the Conference on Computer Aided Verification (CAV). The LogicLounge series is organized by Vienna Center for Logic and Algorithms at TU Wien, Austria. The recordings of past LogicLounges with Toby Walsh, Dana Scott, and others are available at http://www.vcla.at/logiclounge/