Carolin Zieringer aus dem Anon-Team rezensiert für surveillance-studies.org das Buch „Kritische Kollektivität im Netz. Anonymous, Facebook und die Kraft der Affizierung in der Kontrollgesellschaft“ von Carolin Wiedemann. Insgesamt bietet “Kritische Kollektivität im Netz” einen guten, historisch eingebetteten und reflektierten Überblick über aktuelle Theoriedebatten, der auch einen Beitrag zur politischen Praxis leisten kann.
Ein Ding der Unmöglichkeit: Im Darknet seine Anonymität wahren. Ein Bericht bei Heise Online.
In a process that started decades ago, a multiplicity of forces is creating a slow, but steadily rising storm against anonymity. Discourses of transparency and accountability often describe anonymity as a threat. Technologies such as the IP-address-based Internet, sensory devices, and machine learning techniques further undermine anonymous encounters. In an age of near ubiquitous surveillance […]
Im Berliner Kunstlabor organisiert John Paul Ricco einen Workshop zu Intimacy, Loss, Anonymity. Toward a Theory of Queer Neutrality. 22nd June 2017 , 18.00 h
ANON-Member Randi Heinrichs on „Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy. The Many Faces of Anonymous“ by G.Coleman
PhD-Candidate Randi Heinrichs, who is completing her dissertation as a research group member of the Anon-Project, published a review on Gabriella Coleman’s „Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower“. The book has stirred up quite some discussions on the nature of Anonymity, hacktivism and how to do reasearch on those topics. Randi concludes: By de-anonymizing the many faces of […]
This is one of the questions alongside which the current issue #8 of LIMN explores issues around online-„security“, cyber hacks and digital-leaks especially regarding their transformative potential. The self-described „scholarly magazine devoted to outlining contemporary problems“ features contributions also by members of the „Reconfiguring-Anonymity-Group“, namely Götz Bachmann and Paula Bialski. For readers interested in not-only-academic […]
Colloquium Hamburg „Anonymous and confidential?! Practices dealing with identity and identifiability in data infrastructure.“
Colloquium of the Institute of European Ethnology/Cultural Anthropology/ University Hamburg „Anonymous and confidential?! Practices dealing with identity and identifiability in data infrastructure.“ // „Anonym und streng vertraulich?! Praxisformen im Umgang mit Identität und Identifizierbarkeit in Dateninfrastrukturen“ Summer Term 2017 | Wednesdays 6-8 PM, Room 220 (Edmund-Siemers-Allee 11, ESA West) Chair: Anna Henke Everyone knows […]
Are you feeling watched? Then check out the documentary by rbb Fernsehen on the exhibition ‚Watched‘ about Surveillance and Phototgraphy (until 23/04/17 | CO Berlin), also featuring our researcher Dr. habil. Nils Zurawski talking about surveillance, anonymity and its politicality [4:40]:
Is Edward Snowden a traitor? Or a hero? Is his disloyality to a sovereign power to be seen as anti-totalitarian resistance? Or does whistleblowing risk a dangerous system implosion? Do we actually want the system to implode? Those are critical, political questions that have arisen with the cases of Snowden and Assange, but that are […]