Think you have nothing to hide online? Learn the truth at an interactive presentation at Centralia College at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10., in the Corbet Theatre. This event is free and open to all.
In a funny and eye opening presentation, filmmaker Cullen Hoback will expose what governments and corporations are legally taking from you every day. You’ll learn how to protect your personal information online and see real time examples of why digital privacy matters.
Hoback is an American filmmaker, occasional columnist, and speaker, originally from Los Angeles. His 2013 film Terms and Conditions May Apply, a humorous but chilling documentary about digital privacy, has been viewed by millions. Hoback is considered an expert on issues surrounding digital privacy. He’s also presented at The American Bar Association on antitrust issues, despite not being a lawyer, and has appeared as a privacy expert on news shows on MSNBC, CNN, and NPR.
Hoback has been a staunch critic of government and corporate surveillance, and has been a leader in the charge to grant immunity to Edward Snowden. He is in the final editing process of the film What Lies Upstream (2015), a documentary that unravels the mystery behind the largest drinking water contamination in US history, and is currently filming a follow up to Terms and Conditions May Apply.
For more information, call 360-623-8120.