25 Oct: Does anonymity need defending? Index magazine launch

Join us with writer Cory Doctorow and tech journalist Geoff White to debate the importance of anonymity, and find out more on how to protect your own identity online

Autumn 2016 magazine cover

Autumn 2016 magazine cover

Join Index on Censorship to celebrate the launch of our latest magazine exploring anonymity through a range of in-depth features, interviews and illustrations from around the world. The special report looks at the pros and cons of masking identities from the perspective of a variety of players, from online trolls to intelligence agencies, whistleblowers, activists, artists, journalists, bloggers and fixers.

We’ll hear from writer, blogger and activist Cory Doctorow on the importance of defending anonymity and take an interactive phone-hacking journey into The Secret Life of Your Mobile Phone with tech journalist Geoff White. The launch will be held at the home of the suitably secretive VPN providers Hide My Ass!

There will be also complimentary drinks.

When: Tuesday 25 October 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where: Hide My Ass!, AVG Technologies UK, 110 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6JS (map)
TicketsThis event is fully booked. 

Order your high-quality print copy of our anonymity special here, or take out a digital subscription from anywhere in the world via Exact Editions (just £18* for the year). Each magazine sale helps Index on Censorship fight for free expression worldwide.

*Will be charged at local exchange rate outside the UK.

Copies are also available at the BFI, the Serpentine Gallery, MagCulture, (London), News from Nowhere (Liverpool), Home (Manchester), Carlton Books (Glasgow) and on Amazon. Each magazine sale helps Index on Censorship continue its fight for free expression worldwide.

Read more about this issue of the magazine here.

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