Upcoming talks and travels:
12/12: ISIS vs. The Arab Spring – From Social Media Utopia to Dystopia (Berlin)
12/13: Free Connected Minds (Beirut)
1/16: Northwestern University Conference on Human Rights (Chicago)
1/24-25: Global Voices Citizen Media Summit (Cebu City, Philippines)
1/30: Coding for Social Change, Cardiff University (Cardiff)
3/13-17: SXSW (Austin)

 

Photo by Wolf Brüning. CC BY 2.0.

re:publica XII.  Photo by Wolf Brüning. CC BY 2.0.

Past talks:

2014
11/25-27: Arab IGF (Beirut)
11/17-19: Privacy, security and surveillance: tackling dilemmas and dangers in the digital realm (Sussex)
11/15: ORGCon (London)
10/17: Konferenz: Das ist Netzpolitik! (Berlin)
10/15-16: Future Places Festival (Porto)
10/10: Internet Governance. Actors, Technology, Content, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (Berlin)
9/26-29: Freedom Not Fear (Brussels)
9/17: Colloquium: 60 Years of CERN – 60 Years of Science for Peace (Geneva)
7/25: Castan Centre Human Rights Conference (Melbourne)
7/24: A conversation with Bernard Keane and Electronic Frontiers Australia, Electron Workshop (Melbourne)
7/22: “Unfriended? Social media companies and government censorship in times of violence,” Australia National University (Canberra)
6/22-24: MIT-Knight Civic Media Conference, “Surveillance and the Open Internet” (video)
6/5-6: Personal Democracy Forum (NYC)
5/28: Stockholm Internet Forum (Stockholm)
5/3-5: “Let’s Talk About Sex Baby, Let’s Talk About PGP“, re:publica (video); bonus panel (video) (Berlin)
4/30-5/5: International Journalism Festival (Perugia)
4/28-29: Freedom Online Coalition meeting (Tallinn)
3/10-12: The East/West Center’s “Challenges of a Free Press” (Yangon)
2/25: Phare (Ghent)
2/5: Reporting in the Age of Eavesdropping, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism (Berkeley)
1/28: “Why Privacy Matters,” Birzeit University, Palestine (video) (Birzeit)
1/20-23: Arabloggers Summit (Amman)

2013
12/7: “Whatever Happened to Privacy?” (Berlin)
11/15-16: McGill University International Colloquium: The Participatory Condition (Montreal)
11/6: MIT Media Lab Conversation Series (videoliveblog) (Cambridge)
10/22: Arizona State University, Debate on the Right to Online Anonymity (video) (Phoenix)
10/25-27: Ideas City (São Paulo)
8/7: Digitale Gesellschaft/c-base (Berlin)
7/31-8/4: OHM 2013 (Netherlands)
7/18-20: SHARE Boat Camp (Rijeka)
6/17-18: Freedom Online Conference (Tunis)
6/7: TEDxPoynter (video) (St. Petersburg, FL)
5/22-23: Stockholm Internet Freedom for Global Development Conference
5/19-21: IPI World Congress: Documenting Change/Empowering Media (Amman)
5/13-18: European University Institute Summer School (Florence)
5/6-8: re:publica (video 1; video 2) (Berlin)
4/27: New Media, New Politics? (Post-) Revolutions in Theory and Practice (audio) (London)
4/8-9: The Internet and New Media in Democracy Promotion (Bonn)
3/30: Social Media and Freedom of Expression Conference (Istanbul)
3/21-24: Keynote, Energize, Mobilize, Polarize! (Berlin)
3/12: Cryptowars Déjà Vu: Controlling Exports of Tech, SXSW (Austin)
3/5: The Internet and Africa: What is at Stake? – Co-sponsored by the US Mission and ISOC (Geneva)
2/14-15: Internet 2013: Shaping policies to advance media freedom (Vienna)
2/25-26 Advancing Internet Policy in the Digital Age (Cairo)

2012

12/12: Freedom of Expression and Human Rights: Why Speech Isn’t Free, Yet (Florence)
12/5: Mitigating DDoS Attacks: Best Practices for an Evolving Landscape (NYC)
11/9-11: Mozilla Festival (London)
11/6-9: Internet Governance Forum (Baku)
10/24-28: Impakt Festival (Utrecht)
10/22-23: Keynote, Internet Dagarna,.SE (Stockholm)
10/9: Strasbourg World Forum for Democracy, “Media responsibility and potential to foster democracy” (Strasbourg)
9/13-14: Internet and Human Rights: Building a free, open, and secure Internet (invitation only) (Berlin)
7/2-3: Global Voices Summit 2012 (Nairobi)
6/14: Global Network Initiative 2012 Learning Forum (Washington, DC)
6/11: Citizen Empowerment Against Censorship (Madrid)
5/31-6/1: RightsCon Rio (Rio de Janeiro)
5/20-21: Austin Forum on Journalism in the Americas (Austin)
5/1-4: re:publica (Berlin)
4/18-19: Stockholm Internet Forum (Stockholm)
4/3-4: West Virginia University’s Festival of Ideas: “The Revolution Will Be Tweeted: Social Media and Free Speech in the Middle East” (Charleston)
3/27: Having Your Say Online: The People’s Voice in Authoritarian Contexts, Georgetown University (Washington, DC)
3/29: Google Big Tent Event on Digital Citizenship, panel: “The Modern Town Square: Encouraging Civil Discourse Online” (Mountainview)
3/31: International Studies Association: “New Media and Foreign Policy” working group (San Diego)
4/1: Yale Law School Conference on Global Censorship (New Haven)
3/18-19: Cyber Dialogue Forum, Toronto, Canada
3/11: SXSW Panel: “How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed” (Austin)
2/23: Stanford University’s Liberation Technology Seminar Series (Palo Alto)
2/14: World Affairs Council, along with Rebecca MacKinnon: Examining Online Rights and Freedoms (video) (San Francisco)
2/1: Anonymity on the Internet: A Necessary Evil? Onassis Cultural Center (Athens)
1/25: Jan25 A Year Later, Columbia Journalism School (NYC)
1/18: Yahoo! Change Your World Summit (Cairo)

Photo: Anja Pietsch/re:publica. CC BY 2.0.

 

2011

12/4-6: PalConnect (Ramallah)
11/17: With Evgeny Morozov at UC Berkeley/Dissent Magazine (Berkeley)
11/10: Munk School of Global Affairs (video) (Toronto)
11/9: Stanford Law School (Palo Alto)
11/2: Columbia University Event on Free Expression (Istanbul)
10/28-29: First World Bloggers Conference (Foz do Iguacu)
10/24-25: Access’ Silicon Valley Human Rights Summit (San Francisco)
10/14: Bioneers (San Rafael)
10/13: Keynote, Humanities and Technology Association Conference, Bowie State University, Maryland (Bowie)
10/10: European Neighborhood Journalism Network – Media Futures: Policy, Politics and Power (Brussels)
10/8: 3rd Arabloggers Meeting (Tunis)
9/8: M100 Sanssouci Colloquium (Potsdam)
9/10-12: Open Video Conference (NYC)
7/17-22: International School on Digital Transformation (Porto)
7/13: American Constitution Society for Law & Policy luncheon, 12-1:30pm (San Francisco)
6/15: CFP 2011 (video) (Washington, DC)
6/11: ADC Convention: Social Networking in a Changing Media (video) (Washington DC)
6/6-7: Personal Democracy Forum (video) (NYC)
5/25: mesh (Toronto)
4/17: re: campaign keynote (Berlin)
4/15: re:publica 2011 (Berlin)
4/10: National Conference for Media Reform (Boston)
4/3: Lesley University/Open Media Boston: Digital Media and Popular Uprisings (audio) (Cambridge)
3/11: SXSW (Austin)
2/11: Egypt and Beyond: What is happening on the ground and what comes next, Harvard Law School (Cambridge)
2/11: Access Symposium: The Middle East, the Revolution, the Internet (Online)
2/11: Northwestern University (Chicago)
2/11: Harvard Law School (Cambridge)
1/11: Harvard Kennedy School (Cambridge)

2010

10/10: Google Internet at Liberty (Budapest)
5/10: Global Voices Summit (Santiago)
5/10: Al Jazeera Unplugged (video) (Doha)

2009
12/09: Arabloggers Workshop (Beirut)
9/09: Middle East Librarians’ Association Annual Conference (Boston)
6/09: AEJMC (Boston)