The Internet affects power, and power affects the Internet. As power manifests itself in the Internet, does security allows both the powerful and the powerless to thrive? These complexities fuel the societal issues of the Information Age when data equals power.

This is the third event in the "Controversial Issues in Security Studies" Series" presented by the Department of Political Science and the Northeastern Humanities Center.

Reception to follow.

Free and open to the public.

 

Lecture by:

Bruce Schneier

Security Technologist and Author

Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet and Society

Harvard Law School

 

Moderator:

Mitchell Orenstein

Chair and Professor, Department of Political Science

Northeastern University

 

In partnership with the Center for Resilience Studies and the Center for International Affairs and World Cultures

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