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Public meeting: Nothing to hide – everything to fear


Public meeting: Nothing to hide – everything to fear

An evening to look at surveillance beyond the GCSB Bill and talk about
what is wrong with the slogan “if you’ve got nothing to hide you’ve
got nothing to fear”.

Our speakers are:
Kate Dewes – a long time peace campaigner who has experienced first
hand for many years what it is like to be under surveillance. An
article about her will appear in the Sunday Star Times this coming
weekend.

Thomas Beagle – from Tech Liberty and the Council of Civil Liberties
will explain why the collection of metadata is not harmless.

Helen Kelly – from the Council of Trade Unions will speak about the
creeping erosion of privacy.

Monday, 5 August, 6pm
St John’s in the city, corner of Willis St and Dixon St
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