Mike Gerwitz

Activist for User Freedom

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### Talks
+<span class="talk-logo">[![LibrePlanet 2018][lp2018-logo]][lp2017]</span>
+#### The Ethics Void (2018)
+_(Join Us March 24--25 in Cambridge, MA, USA)_
+Medicine, legal, finance, journalism, scientific research—each of these
+fields and many others have widely adopted codes of ethics governing the
+lives of their professionals. Some of these codes may even be enshrined in
+law. And this is for good reason: these are fields that have enormous
+Software and technology pervade not only through these fields, but through
+virtually every aspect of our lives. Yet, when compared to other fields, our
+community leaders and educators have produced an ethics void. Last year, I
+introduced numerous topics concerning #privacy, #security, and #freedom that
+raise serious ethical concerns. Join me this year as we consider some of
+those examples and others in an attempt to derive a code of ethics that
+compares to each of these other fields, and to consider how leaders and
+educators should approach ethics within education and guidance.
[![LibrePlanet 2017][lp2017-logo]][lp2017]
#### The Surreptitious Assault on Privacy, Security, and Freedom (LibrePlanet 2017)
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