5G Is Dangerous for Privacy and Security
Sean O'Brien - Cybersecurity Innovator
In this session, Sean explores the privacy and security issues with 5G, comparing it with other broadband technologies. 5G represents a geopolitical shift in control over networks, enables dragnet surveillance by law enforcement, and is positioned to replace more effective network infrastructure such as fiber.
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About Sean O'BrienSean is a lecturer at Yale Law School (Cybersecurity 20310) and founder of Yale Privacy Lab, an initiative of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. Sean is the founder and Executive Director of PrivacySafe Technology Foundation, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate and empower people via private and secure technology. He was the founding editor of The Privacy Issue and is a subject-matter expert in cybersecurity, privacy, and mobile forensics.
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