Leaks: Unlocked

All of the leaks have now been disclosed and made public as of 9th October 2015 11.02Hrs GMT. Please find them below.

 
 
Art “After” Snowden – Clare Birchall

Art “After” Snowden – Clare Birchall

Clare Birchall, Senior Lecturer at King’s College London discusses ‘Art “After” Snowden’

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Beyond Fiction: The NSA and Representation – Matt Potolsky

Beyond Fiction: The NSA and Representation – Matt Potolsky

Matt Potolsky (English, University of Utah) discusses ‘Beyond Fiction: The NSA and Representation’.

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Deceptive Organised Persuasive Communication – Vian Bakir

Deceptive Organised Persuasive Communication – Vian Bakir

Vian Bakir, Lecturer in Creative Studies and Media at Bangor University discusses ‘Deceptive Organised Persuasive Communication: (a) Misdirection and (b) Secretly Altering Reality to Fit the Lie you want to Tell’

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Drone Warfare and the Language of Precision – Øyvind Vågnes

Drone Warfare and the Language of Precision – Øyvind Vågnes

Øyvind Vågnes (Visual Culture, University of Copenhagen) discusses ‘Drone Warfare and the Language of Precision’

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Informatic Opacity – Zach Blas

Informatic Opacity – Zach Blas

Zach Blas is an artist and Professor at the University of Buffalo, here he discusses ‘Informatic Opacity’.

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Passing as Open Secrecy: Migrants and the Performance of Citizenship – Deme Kasimis

Passing as Open Secrecy: Migrants and the Performance of Citizenship – Deme Kasimis

Deme Kasimis (Political Science, Yale University) discusses ‘Passing as Open Secrecy: Migrants and the Performance of Citizenship in Classical Greek Thought’

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Photography’s Open Secret – John Beck

Photography’s Open Secret – John Beck

John Beck from the Institute of Modern & Contemporary Culture, University of Westminster discusses ‘Photography’s Open Secret’

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Secrecy and the Hypothetical State Archive – Mark Fenster

Secrecy and the Hypothetical State Archive – Mark Fenster

Mark Fenster  from the College of Law, University of Florida, discusses ‘Secrecy and the Hypothetical State Archive’.  

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Secrecy in Art and Practice – Neal White

Secrecy in Art and Practice – Neal White

Neal White, Artist and Professor at Bournemouth University, discusses ‘Secrecy and Art in Practice’

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Secrecy’s Frame – Clare Birchall

Secrecy’s Frame – Clare Birchall

Clare Birchall, King’s College London, introduces the symposium

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Secrets of the Dark Net – Jamie Bartlett

Secrets of the Dark Net – Jamie Bartlett

Jamie Bartlett discusses some of the net’s most shocking and unexplored subcultures including trolling, neo-Nazis, child pornography, bitcoin and crypto-anarchy. He examines how people behave under the conditions of real or perceived anonymity online, and what it means for society today.

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Spectacular Secrecy and the Public Secret Sphere – Jack Bratich

Spectacular Secrecy and the Public Secret Sphere – Jack Bratich

Jack Bratich (Communication and Information, Rutgers University) discusses ‘Spectacular Secrecy and the Public Secret Sphere: Rumsfeld, Anonymous, and Snowden’

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The Democratic Security State – Timothy Melley

The Democratic Security State – Timothy Melley

Timothy Melley (English, Miami University) discusses ‘The Democratic Security State: Operating Between Secrecy and Publicity’

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The Open Secret of Nuclear Waste – Adam Piette

The Open Secret of Nuclear Waste – Adam Piette

Adam Piette (English, Sheffield University) discusses ‘The Open Secret of Nuclear Waste’

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The Silent Brotherhood: Secrecy, Violence, and Surveillance – Hugh Urban

The Silent Brotherhood: Secrecy, Violence, and Surveillance – Hugh Urban

Hugh Urban (Comparative Studies, Ohio State) discusses ‘The Silent Brotherhood: Secrecy, Violence, and Surveillance from the Brüder Schweigen to the War on Terror’

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Transparency and the Management of Visibilities – Mikkel Flyverbom

Transparency and the Management of Visibilities – Mikkel Flyverbom

Mikkel Flyverbom, Professor of Intercultural Communication and Management at Copenhagen Business School discusses ‘Transparency and the Management of Visibilities’.

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