We will start showcasing how Wikileaks made corporations transparent, from TPP to Julius Baer to Sonyhack to Spyfiles.
The activity’s objective will be to explore in a roundtable discussion how we can, together, with regulation, codes, hacks, leaks, unions and other forms of solidarity, tear down corporate secrecy, especially, but not limited to, big tech.
With each good idea, the participants will have the opportunity to smash a corporate-shaped piñata.
Latin American-themed refreshments and cocktails will be served.
Renata is an international lawyer, author and advocate. She brings nearly 20 years of experience in access to knowledge, freedom of expression, policymaking and global digital rights. Renata is an Affiliate with the Stanford Institute of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence.
Renata is a member of the Global Board of Trustees of Digital Future Society, the board of Whistleblower Network Germany, the governing board of Open Future and the advisory board of Creative Commons, among other affiliations in a vast professional network extending across Europe, Latin America and North America. She co-founded the <A+> Alliance for Inclusive Algorithms, the Progressive International and the Polylateral Association - an international platform cooperative for knowledge workers.