Liberty and security in the digital age

Santa Rosa Junior College students Thomas Rivas and Richard Sherman interview Professor Michael McKeever. The interview uses the 20th most censored story in Censored 2016, FBI Seeks Backdoors in...

Santa Rosa Junior College students Thomas Rivas and Richard Sherman interview Professor Michael McKeever. The interview uses the 20th most censored story in Censored 2016, FBI Seeks Backdoors in New Communications Technology, as a starting point to discuss encryption. The interview provides a nuanced view of the debates concerning liberty and security in the digital age.

Student Film Makers: Thomas Rivas and Richard Sherman

Faculty Evaluator: Brian Antonson

GCMLP Advisers: Christopher Oscar and Doug Hecker

Santa Rosa Junior College, Petaluma, CA

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