Symposium: Living in Public: (Re)Negotiating Privacy + Security + Surveillance

9 AM – 4 PM
  Co-hosted and presented by
The Tech Museum of Innovation and the San Jose Museum of Art.
  Fifty years ago surveillance belonged to the world of espionage, privacy could be obtained with doors and curtains, and security was not a personal concept. In the years following 9/11, the meanings of these three words — and the connections between them — began to shift. Are we safer? Is privacy dead? What is cyber security? Join our panelists as they consider and reconsider the increasingly complicated and sticky relationships among democracy and security, civil rights and surveillance, privacy, liberty, and public safety.  
  Reserve Tickets  
  $35 ($30 for members of SJMA and The Tech)
Includes admission to both museums and a boxed lunch.
  Morning Session: Security and Surveillance  
  The Tech Museum of Innovation  
  9 AM Doors open
Coffee and pastries
  9:30 AM Tour of Cyber Detectives
Michelle Maranowski, curator and exhibit developer
  9:50 AM Welcome
Tim Ritchie, president and CEO, The Tech Museum of Innovation
  10 AM – 12 PM Panel
Moderator: Larry Magid, on-air technology analyst, CBS News, and CEO,
Hasan Elahi Hasan Elahi
Interdisciplinary media artist, associate professor at the University of Maryland, and director of the Digital Cultures and Creativity Honors program
Jennifer Granick Jennifer Granick
Attorney, educator, and director of civil liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society
Nadia Kayyali Nadia Kayyali
Lawyer and activist with Electronic Frontier Foundation
Robin Stuart Robin Stuart
Cyber-security threat researcher
  Afternoon Session: Privacy  
  San Jose Museum of Art  
  12:30 PM Welcome
Susan Krane, Oshman Executive Director, San Jose Museum of Art
  12:40 – 2:30 PM Lunch and Panel
Emcee: Marja van der Loo, curatorial associate
San Jose Museum of Art
Erin Berman Erin Berman
Project manager, technology and innovation, San Jose Public Library
Michelle Dennedy Michelle Dennedy
Vice president and chief privacy officer, Cisco Systems, Inc.
Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0 Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0
Ricardo Dominguez, co-founder, artist, and associate professor of visual arts, University of California, San Diego; and Amy Sara Carroll, assistant professor of American Culture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Claire Carter Claire C. Carter
Curator of contemporary art, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona
Irina Raicu Irina Raicu
Director, Internet Ethics Program, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University and Certified Information Privacy Professional
  2:30 – 3 PM

Tour of Covert Operations: Investigating the Known Unknowns
Claire C. Carter

  3 – 4 PM

Participatory activity
Erin Berman


  Reserve Tickets  
  $35 ($30 for members of SJMA and The Tech)
Includes admission to both museums and a boxed lunch.