No one today can imagine a life without digital technologies and internet. But while most of us are simple users, artists, activists and hackers question our digital habits. We’ve invited a few of them to share their insights with us at a Multiplica 2021 round table.
During this discussion we will discover how digital technologies are used to support today’s most urgent activist causes and how contributions to Wikipedia could help make the world wide web an egalitarian space.
We will also talk about the Tor network, often misrepresented as part of the so-called Dark Net, and how it is more dedicated to the privacy and freedom of its users than the internet that we all know and use every day. This talk, hosted by Yves Conrardy, is definitely going to shatter some preconceived ideas!