gender kwesties, privacy

Facial Weaponization

Door: Zach Blas. “Facial Weaponization Suite protests against biometric facial recognition–and the inequalities these technologies propagate–by making “collective masks” in community-based workshops that are modeled […]

privacy, surveillance

URME Surveillance

Door: Leo Selvaggio. “URME Surveillance is an subversive intervention that protects the public from facial recognition surveillance systems in a variety of ways. The principle […]

privacy, sociale druk

Risky fun app

Door: Tolga Gölbasi, Angelo Korsuize, Anouk Mennen, Ingo Smit, Denise Versluys, Tessa van Heerebeek. “Aan het begin van het spel zal je je moeten aanmelden […]

digitalisering, privacy, surveillance

Capture

Door: Paolo Cirio. “The series of photos Capture is composed of French police officers’ faces. The artist, Paolo Cirio collected 1000 public images of police […]

privacy, surveillance

Phantom Kitty

Door: Neil MacAloney. “The Phantom Kitty pads user’s activities with a huge amount of misinformation, rendering many of these surveillance and corporate collection processes useless. […]

digitalisering, privacy

Project Alias

Door:  Bjørn Karmann & Tore Knudsen. “Project Alias is designed as a completely open-source hardware/software solution for a world where big corporations have the ability to […]

privacy, surveillance

Reclaim Privacy Jammer

Door: Pedro G. C. Oliveira & Xuedi Chen. “Scenario: Smartphone owners have become easy targets during protests. The government In Sochi collected information from activists […]

privacy, surveillance

AdNauseam plugin

“AdNauseam is a free browser extension designed to obfuscate browsing data and protect users from tracking by advertising networks. At the same time, AdNauseam serves […]