The 2017 Princeton-Fung Global Forum

Society 3.0+: Can Liberty Survive the Digital Age? March 20 - 21, 2017 in Berlin, Germany

  1. Day 2: March 21, 2017

  2. Find us on @Snapchat (princeton) to see Jasmine and Annie put the "Fun" in Fung Forum! #PrincetonFung https://t.co/GGx7jw57k0
    Find us on @Snapchat (princeton) to see Jasmine and Annie put the "Fun" in Fung Forum! #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/GGx7jw57k0
  3. .@BradSmi: "Innovations&inventions start with a bang and draw attention, but take decades to diffuse across the world." @ #PrincetonFung
  4. Technical revolutions need time to spread and severly change the way we live, work, and produce. #PrincetonFung
  5. .@BradSmi: with every invention, new measures for safety and privacy need to be developed #PrincetonFung
  6. In other words, "The invention of the ship is also the invention of the shipwreck." -- Paul Virilio #PrincetonFung
  7. "If you can't plan in public, you have to act in private" - Microsoft President Brad Smith #PrincetonFung
  8. "Striking the balance between privacy and liberty; privacy is a foundational right" @BradSmi #princetonfung
  9. It seems that nowadays you can't take about #privacy without taking about @Snowden and #NSA | keynote by @BradSmi #PrincetonFung
  10. Reminder from @BradSmi of Microsoft: famous Warren & Brandeis paper on right to privacy framed in new tech: photography #PrincetonFung https://t.co/5ENQeFjXTo
    Reminder from @BradSmi of Microsoft: famous Warren & Brandeis paper on right to privacy framed in new tech: photography #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/5ENQeFjXTo
  11. Artificial Intelligence fuels the 4th Industrial Revolution. @BradSmi at #PrincetonFung https://t.co/0nkDsuFwrw
    Artificial Intelligence fuels the 4th Industrial Revolution. @BradSmi at #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/0nkDsuFwrw
  12. "Decisions are made in the heat of the moment, but must stand the test of time" @BradSmi of @Microsoft on gov surviellance at #PrincetonFung
  13. .@Microsoft's @BradSmi walks #PrincetonFung audience through historical privacy issues, eg Alien & Sedition Acts; Japanese internment camps https://t.co/IvCjaq83Fi
    .@Microsoft's @BradSmi walks #PrincetonFung audience through historical privacy issues, eg Alien & Sedition Acts; Japanese internment camps pic.twitter.com/IvCjaq83Fi
  14. "Any day you can get @FoxNews and @ACLU to agree on something, it's a pretty good day" @BradSmi on secret spy order lawsuit #PrincetonFung
  15. A Geneva Convention for data? Interesting question from #PrincetonFung Forum.
  16. "Need to use technology and the law together to protect privacy rights" 🙌🙌@BradSmi  #PrincetonFung https://t.co/L2kMzklWfI
    "Need to use technology and the law together to protect privacy rights" 🙌🙌@BradSmi #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/L2kMzklWfI
  17. This is why the Privacy Shield (the replacement for Safe Harbor) will also fail an EU court review. #PrincetonFung
  18. Computer crash - just during the presentation of @BradSmi. "I'm sure it's Chrome." Nope: Windows. @vgcerf: "Yessss!" 😆 #PrincetonFung
  19. if people are protected via their nationality, where does that leave refugees and other stateless/precarious folks? #princetonfung
  20. Brad Smith about Microsoft Cloud Germany: it is about ensuring that people are protected by the rule of law. Their own law.#PrincetonFung https://t.co/aTg0KeYmEB
    Brad Smith about Microsoft Cloud Germany: it is about ensuring that people are protected by the rule of law. Their own law.#PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/aTg0KeYmEB
  21. "Privacy is constantly challenged by new technology" @BradSmi President & Chief Legal Officer #Microsoft #PrincetonFung https://t.co/jAvd4pa910
    "Privacy is constantly challenged by new technology" @BradSmi President & Chief Legal Officer #Microsoft #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/jAvd4pa910
  22. There is no privacy without transparency. There is no privacy without law. There is no privacy without security! @BradSmi at #PrincetonFung
  23. . @BradSmi talking about the lawsuits Microsoft had to file against the US gov in order to protect their users privacy #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/gX1iEthHCShttps://t.co/gX1iEthHCSpic.twitter.com/gX1iEthHCS
  24. At #PrincetonFung, @BradSmi affirms that privacy, security, and liberty reinforce each other. Rejects tired cliches about balancing them.
  25. "We can also come together as global tech companies and develop our own technology accord: 100% defense; 0% offense" @BradSmi #PrincetonFung
  26. "Every government-regardless of its policies or politics-is better off if it has a global IT structure it trusts." @BradSmi #princetonfung
  27. . @BradSmi makes the case for 100% defense, 0% offense in terms of cyber capabilities. #PrincetonFung
  28. Liberty will survive only if we stand up for it here and everywhere - Brad Smith @Microsoft #PrincetonFung Forum in #Berlin
  29. @Microsoft Prez says we can protect liberty in digital age by fighting for rights everywhere; we are product of our efforts #PrincetonFung https://t.co/iXSXvflSbd
    @Microsoft Prez says we can protect liberty in digital age by fighting for rights everywhere; we are product of our efforts #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/iXSXvflSbd
  30. After long round of applause for @Microsoft @BradSmi, audience is lining up with Q's for keynote speaker. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/Q7F1c06od3
    After long round of applause for @Microsoft @BradSmi, audience is lining up with Q's for keynote speaker. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/Q7F1c06od3
  31. Brad Smith answers the main #PrincetonFung question: We inherit the future we create. If we stand up for liberty, liberty will survive.
  32. Great keynote for #PrincetonFung day 2: we often talk policy/govt, but legal & business communities can play key roles in fight for liberty
  33. "There needs to be enough transparency so that users can be fully educated but not unduly burdened" - @privacymama #PrincetonFung
  34. We need rules ab “fair play" in the digital world, esp as companies inc shape our knowledge of the world @privacymama #PrincetonFung
  35. #PrincetonFung Is fake news a problem? What's fake news? Is it simply stuff you don't agree with? Eszter Hargittai says not a helpful term.
  36. .@eszter explains why "fake news" is not a useful term, if goal is to understand what happened / is happening. #PrincetonFung
  37. Great panel on info overload and filter bubbles, with @eszter on the difference between fake news and news you don't like #PrincetonFung
  38. "We have to be clear what we mean by fake news, as its often a stand-in for something else..." -@eszter #PrincetonFung
  39. "For example, perhaps 'fake news' means a spin on an actual news story we dont agree with" @eszter on #PrincetonFung e-communications panel
  40. "We still see people who are quite educated get confused about how the internet works" - @eszter #PrincetonFung
  41. #PrincetonFung Matt Salganik says think of filter bubbles in and out of algorithms. Choice of friends affects lack of diversity of views.
  42. Interesting. Could a simple @facebook design fix aid individuals' determination of what to and to not believe as pure fact? #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/WilsonSchool/status/844124196284387329 
  43. "Problem is not content, but distribution, and people don't have facility for figuring out what's correct and not" @stengel #PrincetonFung
  44. #PrincetonFung Need a glossary of news....information and communication terms. Propaganda vs fake news vs misinformation. All use same terms
  45. Vladimir Putin saw as a KGB agent
the Berlin Wall came down because of soft power. That's why he is so into hybrid warfare. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/DJWNjHgNaq
    Vladimir Putin saw as a KGB agent the Berlin Wall came down because of soft power. That's why he is so into hybrid warfare. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/DJWNjHgNaq
  46. "The big threat is that we have a Commander-in-Chief who doesn't know the difference between false & true" @stengel #PrincetonFung #fakenews
  47. "Fake news promulgated by a government is -propaganda-. Fake news is too cute a term." @privacymama #PrincetonFung
  48. @privacymama: Let's stop calling it #fakenews. That's too cute a term. It's propaganda. #PrincetonFung
  49. Back in Switzerland during discussion: "We need a Geneva News Convention", @stengel Well, for sure we need to do something! #PrincetonFung
  50. "Conflict is attention, and attention is influence." -trolls #PrincetonFung
  51. .@BiellaColemanon the hard, deliberate work done by serious trolls: study propaganda, memetics and put it into practice #PrincetonFung https://t.co/yjngjx278N
    .@BiellaColemanon the hard, deliberate work done by serious trolls: study propaganda, memetics and put it into practice #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/yjngjx278N
  52. #PrincetonFung Gabriella Coleman talking about memes. Ability of trolls to sow fear and doubt. Images makes things more believable.
  53. Intl brigade of trolls working across the world are trolling as part of the political process, incl in France @BiellaColeman #PrincetonFung
  54. "These messaging programs like WhatsApp are penetrable by the US government" says former US gov employee @stengel #PrincetonFung
  55. To be clear, leaks did NOT say that end-to-end encrypted communication apps have security flaws. #PrincetonFung
  56. Important point made by @stengel: "We need to teach media literacy. We need to teach media literacy in elementary schools." #PrincetonFung
  57. .@CenDemTech 's Nuala O'Conner (aka @privacymama) focuses on journalism, algorithms, and elections at #PrincetonFung. https://t.co/RGE51TZLj6
    .@CenDemTech 's Nuala O'Conner (aka @privacymama) focuses on journalism, algorithms, and elections at #PrincetonFung. pic.twitter.com/RGE51TZLj6
  58. Interesting point: The one thing almost all US internet users use the web for is entertainment. #PrincetonFung
  59. #PrincetonFung Gabriella Coleman says important for research to catch attention or it gets lost.
  60. 'Just being exposed to the truth doesn't change people's mind. We need media literacy.' @BiellaColeman #PrincetonFung
  61. Very much like the idea of people having a right to "digital dignity" @privacymama #PrincetonFung
  62. #tech companies can do more to think about online communities they are creating, stress test algorithms says @CenDemTech #CSR #PrincetonFung
  63. @msalganik your filter bubble project sounds super interesting! Keep us posted! #PrincetonFung
  64. Very much like the idea of people having a right to "digital dignity" @privacymama #PrincetonFung
  65. Corporations bear a responsibility in the digital age to protect customers, their privacy and digital dignity. #PrincetonFung
  66. Need to stress test the opaque algorithms so we know how the filter bubbles decide what to show us @privacymama #PrincetonFung
  67. Good point by Andrew Appel that Whatsapp revelations helped consumers, though they also may have harmed US efforts vs ISIS #PrincetonFung
  68. .@privacymama: "The NSA may not care about my calls but I don't think they need to have that info." #princetonfung
  69. dismissing real fears around government surveillance is not helpful 1/2 #PrincetonFung
  70. the NSA cares about about the actors THEY consider terrorists like the black panthers and #BlackLivesMatter #PrincetonFung 2/2
  71. .@stengel, citing convo w/ Justice O'Connor, says "America will one day pay for not teaching civics" Another #edu shoutout at #PrincetonFung
  72. its picking up some heat. Techies are most likely overestimating the current effect of tech on politics. #princetonfung
  73. #PrincetonFung Eszter Hargittai we don't know if social media affects elections. We know it affects organizing. Need to know more.
  74. A recent paper on @eszter's question, is social media causing political politicization  https://www.nber.org/papers/w23258  #PrincetonFung
  75. Check out my FB Live cameo on Princeton's FB: @princeton_university. Live from Berlin, it's #princetonfung!
    Check out my FB Live cameo on Princeton's FB: @princeton_university. Live from Berlin, it's #princetonfung!
  76. Interview with Biella Coleman at #PrincetonFung
    Interview with Biella Coleman at #PrincetonFung
  77. #PrincetonFung Internet routes around "failures", but there is no routing around blocking. ISP will always win if it blocks content.
  78. What abt the notion that the Internet routes around censorship? Five panelists, same answer: not true in a comprehensive way. #princetonfung
  79. "Gatekeepers of the Internet are not only nation states, but also companies, also ones represented here" -@jilliancyork #princetonfung
  80. Difficulty to attribute "cyber attacks" mentioned by @prateekmittal_ - a point that was missing in this morning's keynote #princetonfung
  81. "Can we reinvent the Internet?" - "Only when nobody's paying attention" says @jrexnet ... Not gonna happen then? #princetonfung
  82. Is it too late for a 'clean slate'? Economic deployment is challenging, says @jrexnet #princetonfung
  83. .@vanschewick refers to the computer science principle of separating design of mechanism from design of policy. #PrincetonFung
  84. Different countries have different infrastructure and different cultures. Provides a range of possible plans. @vanschewick #PrincetonFung
  85. Lecture on US net neutrality regulations and discourse by @vanschewick - "ISPs really hate Title II" #princetonfung
  86. .@jrexnet broadens scope of net neutrality discussion, talks not only about carriers, but Google, Apple, Facebook #princetonfung
  87. #PrincetonFung About 50% internet users worldwide have access to info censored/restricted. https://t.co/pMOqv0RoJv
    #PrincetonFung About 50% internet users worldwide have access to info censored/restricted. pic.twitter.com/pMOqv0RoJv
  88. Censorship, in a sense, can also be done by spamming a hashtag using Twitter bots, says @prateekmittal_ #princetonfung
  89. I've really enjoyed learning about the work of the cs profs at @Princeton at #PrincetonFung. Lots of publicly relevant research.
  90. US law gives speech rights to corporations, which claim they are speaking when they promote or censor content @vanschewick #PrincetonFung
  91. Makes it difficult to regulate their conduct as doing so would infringe their constitutional rights #PrincetonFung @vanschewick
  92. Facebook relies on users policing each other, but it becomes supported by algorithms. Not much transparency -@jilliancyork #princetonfung
  93. .@jilliancyork: "We're okay with this if it is against terrorism, but what if it becomes about free speech?" #PrincetonFung
  94. Applause for @jilliancyork demanding transparency report on terms of service takedowns as well as gov requests 🙌#PrincetonFung https://t.co/108MImQRNX
    Applause for @jilliancyork demanding transparency report on terms of service takedowns as well as gov requests 🙌#PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/108MImQRNX
  95. #PrincetonFung Double standards: companies address gov request4takedowns w high transparency, but not on terms of service take downs.
  96. #PrincetonFung Moderation of problematic content by platforms: traditionally by humans, but now more use of algorithm as first responders.
  97. If I got that right from @jilliancyork, online platforms share hashed info about pieces of content that they have taken down. #princetonfung
  98. Machine learning can't differentiate b/w hate speech vs critical speech vs. satire, Mittal. (Speech is so powerfully tricky) #PrincetonFung
  99. Hacks, leaks and breaches and their political effects. Slew of pieces and more coming #PrincetonFung  http://limn.it/issue/08/ 
  100. Question: Should selling censorship technology to more oppressive regimes be regulated under anti-censorship law? #PrincetonFung
  101. Answer: There have been attempts to regulate and companies that complied, but this may differ based on country #PrincetonFung
  102. Q: But isn't this about monopoly on access network? - More end user competition doesn't necessarily help, says @vanschewick #PrincetonFung
  103. .@vanschewick also mentions dire consequences for people who cannot pay. They will pay the price in bad interconnection. #PrincetonFung
  104. After a short break, it's time for our #PrincetonFung keynote by Roger Dingledine of @torproject https://t.co/w4CHrxHP4G
    After a short break, it's time for our #PrincetonFung keynote by Roger Dingledine of @torproject pic.twitter.com/w4CHrxHP4G
  105. .@RogerDingledine it's not only about the content anymore but about the metadata #PrincetonFung
  106. Roger Dingledine from @torproject explains at #PrincetonFung the network has different layers and uses depending on audience https://t.co/TUqCZumM0S
    Roger Dingledine from @torproject explains at #PrincetonFung the network has different layers and uses depending on audience pic.twitter.com/TUqCZumM0S
  107. Want the architecture to keep me safe, not rely on companies' promises --@RogerDingledine #PrincetonFung
  108. .@RogerDingledine invites people to run more Tor relays, especially from @Princeton who are in this room #princetonfung
  109. "There are few relays in @Princeton, though you have a great network and an amenable IT person..."-@RogerDingledine hint hint #PrincetonFung
  110. Wanted: politicians. Scientists and private sector are discussing the future of liberty in the digital age - without you. #PrincetonFung
  111. .@RogerDingledine from TOR just made point that UK censors the internet, just like China and Denmark and France #PrincetonFung #ipact
  112. Summary of one Snowden-leaked slideset from an NSA workshop: "Tor stinks. We can't break it." #princetonfung
  113. #vintoncerf #princetonfung
    #vintoncerf #princetonfung
  114. Limitations on Tor security being presented: Browser exploits, browser metadata, user mistakes, traffic analysis. #princetonfung
  115. Also, Tor doesn't help if your adversary is capable of breaking into your house, taking your hardware… need social solutions #PrincetonFung
  116. Vint Cerf to Roger Dingledine on @torproject: Congratulations on building something that has helped a lot of people. #PrincetonFung
  117. As the final #PrincetonFung panel begins, @SangerNYT thanks the many audience members still in attendance at the end of the 2-day forum. https://t.co/bi4EcGLCBd
    As the final #PrincetonFung panel begins, @SangerNYT thanks the many audience members still in attendance at the end of the 2-day forum. pic.twitter.com/bi4EcGLCBd
  118. .@SangerNYT starts final #PrincetonFung panel w the Q: "Are solutions to challenges discussed at Forum political? Tech-based? Commercial?" https://t.co/QeU4D7bXeK
    .@SangerNYT starts final #PrincetonFung panel w the Q: "Are solutions to challenges discussed at Forum political? Tech-based? Commercial?" pic.twitter.com/QeU4D7bXeK
  119. Richard Allen talking about how @facebook 's attitudes on web regulation are changing over time at the final #PrincetonFung panel https://t.co/mD6zbSQM9d
    Richard Allen talking about how @facebook 's attitudes on web regulation are changing over time at the final #PrincetonFung panel pic.twitter.com/mD6zbSQM9d
  120. German #fakenews draft bill continues to take hits at #PrincetonFung - too vague, too burdensome, too risky for freedom of speech/democracy https://t.co/Fj871oqSLu
    German #fakenews draft bill continues to take hits at #PrincetonFung - too vague, too burdensome, too risky for freedom of speech/democracy pic.twitter.com/Fj871oqSLu
  121. Fatima Barros: "we cannot forget how important internet access is when discussing dangers of #surveillance, #netneutrality" #PrincetonFung
  122. .@WZB_Berlin's Julia Pohle highlights deficits of GER's "fake news bill": protection of basic rights is outsourced by state #princetonfung
  123. Last panel on regulation of the internet discusses various national approaches. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/vaFql8gjdv
    Last panel on regulation of the internet discusses various national approaches. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/vaFql8gjdv
  124. #PrincetonFung Regulator says solution to take down problem is court system & critical thinking4users. Isn't that a passing of the buck?
  125. .@AlecMuffett being praised by Richard Allen about his work at bringing @torproject to @facebook users #PrincetonFung
  126. We did not talk much about law today - because we don't have legal solutions (Niva Elkin-Koren) #PrincetonFung
  127. Last panel #PrincetonFung: Living with -and regulating- Web 3.0+. Encrypted comms seem to be the permanent future. https://t.co/MKCfK8nHBi
    Last panel #PrincetonFung: Living with -and regulating- Web 3.0+. Encrypted comms seem to be the permanent future. pic.twitter.com/MKCfK8nHBi
  128. Panelist calls for a digital bill of rights. Haven't we done that already at least six times? #PrincetonFung
  129. "What does it mean to be a free person in the digital arena? What kind of rights?" - good questions at #princetonfung
  130. Sanger raises fun fact: Geneva Convention was not organized by states but by Red Cross. Time for a Digital Geneva Convention?#PrincetonFung https://t.co/A6MR7Lle94
    Sanger raises fun fact: Geneva Convention was not organized by states but by Red Cross. Time for a Digital Geneva Convention?#PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/A6MR7Lle94
  131. Julia Pohle: Digital Geneva convention may not work because such accords tend to mix up international and national issues #PrincetonFung
  132. #PrincetonFung More questions than answers at forum but reform starts with inquiry between policy makers and computer scientists.
  133. Last question: What will we talk about at #PrincetonFung in 10 years? @EdFelten says technology will be part of any policy conversation.
  134. Closing of #PrincetonFung "No liberty without privacy. Government ist not the only threat of privacy. No privacy without law." @Princeton https://t.co/VEmgr5QJxq
    Closing of #PrincetonFung "No liberty without privacy. Government ist not the only threat of privacy. No privacy without law." @Princeton pic.twitter.com/VEmgr5QJxq
  135. .@Princeton President Eisgruber closes #PrincetonFung Forum: "Liberty depends on critical thought, and there's no liberty without privacy" https://t.co/PJCTBsw59U
    .@Princeton President Eisgruber closes #PrincetonFung Forum: "Liberty depends on critical thought, and there's no liberty without privacy" pic.twitter.com/PJCTBsw59U
  136. Pres. Eisgruber shares his final thoughts, says critical thinking is important in the digital age. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/YArZFQeNl9
    Pres. Eisgruber shares his final thoughts, says critical thinking is important in the digital age. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/YArZFQeNl9
  137. Day 1: March 20, 2017

  138. Can liberty survive the digital age? A global discussion starts today at the #PrincetonFung Forum:  http://fungforum.princeton.edu/ 
  139. Taking over @Princeton Snapchat for the next two days! Follow princetonu for an insider look at the #PrincetonFung experience https://t.co/xiQBzAhOUe
    Taking over @Princeton Snapchat for the next two days! Follow princetonu for an insider look at the #PrincetonFung experience pic.twitter.com/xiQBzAhOUe
  140. #PrincetonFung begins as Pres. Eisgruber welcomes those here to discuss today's "challenging and urgent" questions. https://t.co/M9ZZXaF0oz
    #PrincetonFung begins as Pres. Eisgruber welcomes those here to discuss today's "challenging and urgent" questions. pic.twitter.com/M9ZZXaF0oz
  141. Keynote: "The Past, Present and Future of the Internet" by @vgcerf at #PrincetonFung #ciso #highered #privacy; no better person on this!
  142. "Can liberty survive the digital age? Yes but only if we make it so." #PrincetonFung https://t.co/aoGrCpoEhO
    "Can liberty survive the digital age? Yes but only if we make it so." #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/aoGrCpoEhO
  143. Can liberty survive the digital age? The discussion is beginning now with Vincent Cerf at #PrincetonFung Forum: https://t.co/1pBmTqc4Zk https://t.co/ro30vJMbAE
    Can liberty survive the digital age? The discussion is beginning now with Vincent Cerf at #PrincetonFung Forum:  http://fungforum.princeton.edu  pic.twitter.com/ro30vJMbAE
  144. Some of my friends on twitter would have liked being here, at the #PrincetonFung Global Forum, Berlin. Can liberty survive the digital age? https://t.co/y0d5ZX05ig
    Some of my friends on twitter would have liked being here, at the #PrincetonFung Global Forum, Berlin. Can liberty survive the digital age? pic.twitter.com/y0d5ZX05ig
  145. Vinton Cerf at #PrincetonFung: democracy can survive in the digital age but only if we make it happen. https://t.co/k00YR4uhDq
    Vinton Cerf at #PrincetonFung: democracy can survive in the digital age but only if we make it happen. pic.twitter.com/k00YR4uhDq
  146. Vint Cerf's ear 2 ear and mouth 2 mouth network back in the 1960s #PrincetonFung https://t.co/5xFXnn6uoj
    Vint Cerf's ear 2 ear and mouth 2 mouth network back in the 1960s #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/5xFXnn6uoj
  147. Learning about the history of the Internet first-hand from Vint Cerf! #PrincetonFung https://t.co/CzqkN1h8iO
    Learning about the history of the Internet first-hand from Vint Cerf! #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/CzqkN1h8iO
  148. "While Internet size has ballooned, there's significant unfinished business. Govts must cooperate to solve problems" -V. Cerf #PrincetonFung https://t.co/QV3AXUPKIG
    "While Internet size has ballooned, there's significant unfinished business. Govts must cooperate to solve problems" -V. Cerf #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/QV3AXUPKIG
  149. Connectivity only becomes relevant if there is information available that is relevant to the user @vgcerf #princetonfung
  150. Inspiring and informative keynote by one of the fathers of the Internet Vint Cerf, Google's Chief Internet Evangelist. #princetonfung
  151. Vint Cerf thinks mixing software and hardware is dangerous mainly because we can't write software that doesn't have bugs #PrincetonFung
  152. "Just because it's digital doesn't mean it's forever," Vint Cerf reminds us. Decay, hardware changes, corporatism. #PrincetonFung
  153. No one better to walk us through how we got here than the inimitable @vgcerf #PrincetonFung https://t.co/jzuzcOIUBW
    No one better to walk us through how we got here than the inimitable @vgcerf #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/jzuzcOIUBW
  154. "With all our desktops/devices, we create enormous amount of content. How do we deal with ownership?" -Vint Cerf #princetonfung (cc @cgreen)
  155. Important bullet points - still unfinished business #PrincetonFung misinformation disinformation critical thinking digital literacy @vgcerf https://t.co/0MV7b1mAzR
    Important bullet points - still unfinished business #PrincetonFung misinformation disinformation critical thinking digital literacy @vgcerf pic.twitter.com/0MV7b1mAzR
  156. "Critical thinking is the only way to preserve liberty in the digital age" - Vinton G. Cerf #fakenews #PrincetonFung
  157. Vint Cerf says "AI is not the problem but the software behind it is" 🤔#PrincetonFung
  158. software developers need to feel ethical responsibility -Vint Cerf #PrincetonFung
  159. We need collaboration between "ethical inducement" and "legal enforcement" to ensure creation of ethical software #PrincetonFung @vgcerf
  160. On uncreative early naming of protocols: "If it'd been KFC, we'd have called it Hot Dead Chicken." - Vint Cerf #PrincetonFung
  161. Starting the week with a history lesson from a father of the Internet, @vgcerf 😍😱 #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/Oxi2MdOL0w
  162. Vint Cerf shares key messages before taking questions from the audience. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/BrMbZve9Gp
    Vint Cerf shares key messages before taking questions from the audience. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/BrMbZve9Gp
  163. "I want everyone graduating high school to have the experience of writing a piece of software" @vgcerf #PrincetonFung
  164. Asked whether there's a happy medium on anonymity, Cerf says no simple answer. Discoverability can put folks at serious risk. #princetonfung
  165. EVERYONE should have been clapping after this comment. Would show how hard it is to write useful and secure code. #truth #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/AsaCraig/status/843748122379653120 
  166. Vint Cerf answering questions from the audience at #PrincetonFung Forum Berlin: Can Liberty Survive the Digital Age? https://t.co/5yHQ07Sq1v
    Vint Cerf answering questions from the audience at #PrincetonFung Forum Berlin: Can Liberty Survive the Digital Age? pic.twitter.com/5yHQ07Sq1v
  167. Cerf talks about punishing behavior post-hoc and using moral persuasion rather than diminishing right to anonymity. #princetonfung
  168. Cerf: How to deal with abuse of systems? 1) technical solution 2) punishment 3) moral suasion -"don't do that--it's wrong" #PrincetonFung
  169. Lifelong learning, continuous self reinvention, as requisites for future living and work - Vinton Cerf #PrincetonFung
  170. "Internet democratized media. There's a price to pay for that." @vgcerf #PrincetonFung
  171. "The internet forgets the stuff we wish it would remember and remembers the stuff we wish it wouldn't" - Vint Cerf #princetonfung
  172. We have a lot to think about after @vgcerf's #PrincetonFung talk! Our first panel starts soon. https://t.co/xXGTR080X0
    We have a lot to think about after @vgcerf's #PrincetonFung talk! Our first panel starts soon. pic.twitter.com/xXGTR080X0
  173. Advantages & risks of WWW at panel 1 with Julie Brill, Martin Eiffert,Jeanette Hofmann, Ronaldo Lemo, Joel R. Reidenberg & @ #PrincetonFung https://t.co/qY1oC9nxb7
    Advantages & risks of WWW at panel 1 with Julie Brill, Martin Eiffert,Jeanette Hofmann, Ronaldo Lemo, Joel R. Reidenberg & @ #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/qY1oC9nxb7
  174. Jeanette Hofmann raises concerns that the current security approach could undermine privacy+society #PrincetonFung https://t.co/R7fMJb2W7k
    Jeanette Hofmann raises concerns that the current security approach could undermine privacy+society #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/R7fMJb2W7k
  175. Whatsapp has been shut down 3x in Brazil, a democratic country. Worrisome implication for resilience. — @lemos_ronaldo at #princetonfung
  176. "Blockchain is a sandbox for institutional imagination" @lemos_ronaldo #PrincetonFung
  177. Mod asks what J. Hoffmann thinks about new German hate speech regs. She expresses concern for corporate-enacted regulations. #PrincetonFung
  178. Is it really desirable to delegate issues of deleting illegal content to the private sector? @achdujeh #PrincetonFung
  179. I agree with Hoffmann: The private sector is not diverse, not expert, and not equipped to enforce hate speech regulations. #PrincetonFung
  180. Panelists suggest that companies can be more transparent about TOS takedowns. Should ask: Why aren't they already? #PrincetonFung
  181. Private companies shouldn’t be the final arbiter if [online content] is legal or illegal — @jreidenberg #princetonfung
  182. Panelist suggests legal content shouldn't be taken down by intermediaries. Nudity, banned on most platforms, is legal. #PrincetonFung
  183. JeanetteHofmann @achdujeh: public sector sharing legal responsibilities with private corps can improve public accountability #PrincetonFung
  184. .@JulieSBrill elaborates on right of erasure & right to be forgotten in Europe and the US #PrincetonFung
  185. Panelist suggests we should change society instead of using the Right to Be Forgotten. Oh, if it were only so easy. #PrincetonFung
  186. Listening to professionals share their biggest fears and hopes for developing technology at #PrincetonFung https://t.co/SdMHXxNINQ
    Listening to professionals share their biggest fears and hopes for developing technology at #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/SdMHXxNINQ
  187. There is much less forgiveness in German society when people make mistakes, says Julie Brill #PrincetonFung #righttobeforgotten
  188. @JulieSBrill links German importance of Right to Be Forgotten w cultural difficulty placed on forgiveness. Think bankruptcy #PrincetonFung https://t.co/UOu24sw1jS
    @JulieSBrill links German importance of Right to Be Forgotten w cultural difficulty placed on forgiveness. Think bankruptcy #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/UOu24sw1jS
  189. Who should be the arbiter of online legality? Private companies? Governments? Public outrage? #PrincetonFung
  190. .@lemos_ronaldo says notice-and-takedown for hate speech is a dangerous idea; freedom of expression paramount. #PrincetonFung
  191. Panelists debating about companies getting takedowns of illegal speech right; what about their censorship of legal content? #PrincetonFung
  192. When discussing rights of erasure we need to differentiate between illegal & offensive content (Martin Eifert) #PrincetonFung
  193. Panelists discuss comparative outlooks on the "right to be forgotten" #PrincetonFung https://t.co/Jl529G1mJA
    Panelists discuss comparative outlooks on the "right to be forgotten" #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/Jl529G1mJA
  194. @lemos_ronaldo: notice and take down of "offensive content" is dangerous. 1) privatization of justice, 2) erodes due process #PrincetonFung
  195. In China social media companies must censor politically sensitive content and they tend to err on the side of censoring more #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/carl_kruse/status/843764810777067522 
  196. Scepticism + concerns prevail about Germanys social media #censorship approach #MinistryOfTruth #1984. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/lw3w10UfXx
    Scepticism + concerns prevail about Germanys social media #censorship approach #MinistryOfTruth #1984. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/lw3w10UfXx
  197. @JulieSBrill suggest using the model of an IRB and put it in place for Internet data questions and issues; great point. #PrincetonFung
  198. Julie Brill: should we have institutional review boards to bring accountability to data privacy and content takedowns? #PrincetonFung https://t.co/GV3qwBqP8g
    Julie Brill: should we have institutional review boards to bring accountability to data privacy and content takedowns? #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/GV3qwBqP8g
  199. IRBs and FCRA and RTBF and more...@CenDemTech board member @JulieSBrill covering the waterfront on data protection. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/mt74gv5OI0
    IRBs and FCRA and RTBF and more...@CenDemTech board member @JulieSBrill covering the waterfront on data protection. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/mt74gv5OI0
  200. So far #PrincetonFung panel on 'world' wide web is talking a lot about social media platforms.
  201. Brill picks apart the "threshold argument" 4 startups to skirt RTBF/offensive content laws. Eifert: is ur answer no regs? #PrincetonFung https://t.co/VJmTGFivhO
    Brill picks apart the "threshold argument" 4 startups to skirt RTBF/offensive content laws. Eifert: is ur answer no regs? #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/VJmTGFivhO
  202. #PrincetonFung vigorous debate should companies be responsible for taking content down
  203. Large or small, if the platform is a publisher, they have an obligation to avoid/remove illegal content. #PrincetonFung
  204. 40 minutes into #PrincetonFung before the first mention of Cambridge Analytica. Record for post-2016 digital conference?
  205. The problem of #fakenews is not only misinformation but also omitting information @lemos_ronaldo #PrincetonFung
  206. "Disseminating fake news is supported by tracking in; they make $ on this from ads & consulting" @lemos_ronaldo #PrincetonFung
  207. #PrincetonFung interesting about digital tools and politics. We assume it has effects but maybe not. Less on coming elections.
  208. Tracking and profiling individuals is the basis of an entire #FakeNews industry and fear mongering. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/BcfabZRfeL
    Tracking and profiling individuals is the basis of an entire #FakeNews industry and fear mongering. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/BcfabZRfeL
  209. When Obama used political microtargeting, media loved it. Now it's vilified in the news. - Jeanette Hofmann @achdujeh #PrincetonFung
  210. J Hofmann suggests fake news may be effective once, but not twice, as users of info get wiser. Hopefully she is right. #PrincetonFung
  211. "Voters are not stupid. They learn. The tools that did effect the last election will not effect the next one." @achdujeh #PrincetonFung
  212. "Microtargeting is not synonymous with fake news; need to maintain important aspects of microtargeting" @JulieSBrill #PrincetonFung
  213. #PrincetonFung micro targeting is not fake speech. Need to figure out the difference.
  214. The link of micro-targeting and fake news is Facebook's commercial interests in keeping users engaged. #PrincetonFung
  215. "Facebook conducted two experiments on its users--" Imma stop you right there and point out how deeply unethical that was. #PrincetonFung
  216. We are living in a "permanent A/B testing of our preferences on everything" with AI + microtargeting @lemos_ronaldo #PrincetonFung
  217. Debate at #PrincetonFung about how big the problem of FILTERBUBBLES really are and who should regulate. @jreidenberg @lemos_ronaldo
  218. Re great potential for social media: FB can reportedly manipulate emotions w/ newsfeed + influence more ppl to vote #PrincetonFung
  219. "The notion of [counter-speech] is a problem when a few companies control the transnational public sphere." - J. Hoffmann #PrincetonFung
  220. As a free speech advocate I am super committed to robust speech but don't think more speech fixes many problems #PrincetonFung
  221. "There are technical problems that should be addressed but I don't think the government should control it" @JulieSBrill #PrincetonFung
  222. Hey @JulieSBrill I think you're wrong about being able to turn off the facebook algorithm filtering the newsfeed! #sorry #PrincetonFung
  223. “I’m Peter Schaar, part of the data protection community.” <3 #princetonfung
  224. Peter Schaar (previous federal data protection officer)gets much applause, demands a "right of reply" #PrincetonFung https://t.co/qAzCwuaL3L
    Peter Schaar (previous federal data protection officer)gets much applause, demands a "right of reply" #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/qAzCwuaL3L
  225. Mass confusion over how Facebook's Newsfeed actually works. Maybe it's too complicated? #PrincetonFung
  226. Richard Allen (Facebook policy wonk) has to step in to answer the panel's questions on Newsfeed. Definitely too complicated. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/BqogqHDSrB
  227. Richard Allan @facebook is educating the panel about the "Recent Stories 1st" feature - I use a list, named it "BubbleOut" #PrincetonFung
  228. Packed house in #Berlin for #PrincetonFung. Questions for panelists re: illegal content, & a clarification re @facebook algorithmic sharing https://t.co/Ju32AGCB5R
    Packed house in #Berlin for #PrincetonFung. Questions for panelists re: illegal content, & a clarification re @facebook algorithmic sharing pic.twitter.com/Ju32AGCB5R
  229. His excellency, Vent the Great, is first person to mention "censorship" when talking about offensive speech policing #PrincetonFung https://t.co/uGvk8lJ57X
    His excellency, Vent the Great, is first person to mention "censorship" when talking about offensive speech policing #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/uGvk8lJ57X
  230. #PrincetonFung just because you can doesn't mean you should. So need to apply that to digital media.
  231. T'was the discussion at our #PrincetonFung student dinner last night: how can we best read/seek/follow different perspectives? cc @EliGarlow  https://twitter.com/ElisabethDonahu/status/843772099311419392 
  232. @lemos_ronaldo gets a great laugh at #PrincetonFung by telling the audience "you can also ask easy questions" #goodlaugh #timelybeforelunch
  233. Agora em Berlim: Princeton Fung Forum #princetonfung
    Agora em Berlim: Princeton Fung Forum #princetonfung
  234. Panelist responds correctly: The First Amendment allows private platforms to censor whatever they want. Transparency possible #PrincetonFung
  235. @robknake: The real [digital surveillance] issue is that we are putting so much information about ourselves on the internet. #PrincetonFung
  236. .@harlanyu: "WE have to talk about what's happening on the street...street level surveillance is changing rapidly." #PrincetonFung
  237. Many thanks to @renatesamson and @harlanyu for speaking up loudly against surveillance of all kinds. #princetonfung
  238. "It's important to look at who surveillance is harming...in the US, it's low-income and communities of color." - @harlanyu #PrincetonFung
  239. Key point from @harlanyu: Tech affects you whether you're "online" or not. Cyberspace = everywhere. #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/WilsonSchool/status/843807900330004480 
  240. Bulk surveillance said to be necessary to do targeted surveillance & surveillance has gotten cheaper. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/cs98CRZ4zd
    Bulk surveillance said to be necessary to do targeted surveillance & surveillance has gotten cheaper. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/cs98CRZ4zd
  241. #PrincetonFung Harlan Yu says surveillance targeted at low income communities. Body cameras on police as an example. Needs debate.
  242. This! "In talking surveillance, have to recognize who is harmed. Historically it's low-income communities of color" @harlanyu #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/WilsonSchool/status/843807900330004480 
  243. "w/ facial recognition, we're starting to build a very different system than [we] thought" re: police body cams - @harlanyu, #PrincetonFung
  244. "If we're really concerned about liberty in the digital age we need to improve education" David Dobkin @Princeton #PrincetonFung
  245. #PrincetonFung education is becoming a theme of conference. Teach media literacy for digital age.
  246. "HTTPS is great because it just happens by default," says @harlanyu. "There's a movement for sites to default to it." #PrincetonFung
  247. Great point: @renatesamson demands user-centered approach to data sharing: Asking users which data they are willing to share #PrincetonFung
  248. Discussion now turning to nation state crime by secret service #cyberwar . #PrincetonFung https://t.co/LHJVwVlwah
    Discussion now turning to nation state crime by secret service #cyberwar . #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/LHJVwVlwah
  249. What should citizens be more concerned about? Government or private surveillance? #PrincetonFung
  250. "End-to-end encryption needs to be the default, need to make it *easy* to be secure" Susan Landau #PrincetonFung
  251. Is data minimisation the way to go? Who should set default standards for user protection? #PrincetonFung
  252. Landau: “I don’t know how Apple does updates - I have this image of a lot of people standing around a fire and chanting." #PrincetonFung
  253. Amazing to watch a strong panalist like Susan Landau from @WPI #PrincetonFung
  254. Should law enforcement be able to access phones? Should you be able to secure your phone? These are same question! - Landau #PrincetonFung
  255. When debating the impact of surveillance, questions of who do we trust & who's vulnerable are inevitable @harlanyu #PrincetonFung
  256. "It's important to remember who's vulnerable to surveillance and in the US, that's communities of color" - @harlanyu #PrincetonFung
  257. The worry is "trust" - once you can hack a single phone, you may get on a slippery slope ... #PrincetonFung https://t.co/ufuFBkOKWk
    The worry is "trust" - once you can hack a single phone, you may get on a slippery slope ... #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/ufuFBkOKWk
  258. .@harlanyu draws applause for making a key point: in US certain minority communities are most vulnerable to surveillance #PrincetonFung
  259. Another #PrincetonFung theme: U.S. '16 election - one of the biggest attacks on #liberty we've seen.
  260. BTW, let's stop repeating the myth that we "happily give up" personal data on social platforms. What we know abt is a sliver. #PrincetonFung
  261. I wonder how would a direct question, 'Are you, or are you not avoiding the theme of corporate surveillance' go down :-) #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/tim_walters/status/843818628218834944 
  262. @tim_walters Yep, I asked that question. The moderator appears not to want to address the elephant in the room. #PrincetonFung
  263. The "unfiltered feed" is mostly gone for all practical purposes on almost all important platforms. ➡️ #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/jilliancyork/status/843776122651361280 
  264. Curious to hear what #princetonfung has to say about liberty & #IoT. The panel sure skews heavily towards academia  https://fungforum.princeton.edu/program/agenda 
  265. .@CNBC's @JBoorstin moderates the third #PrincetonFung panel, "The Internet of Things (or Is Your Bowtie Really a Camera?)" https://t.co/g3auTuF8W4
    .@CNBC's @JBoorstin moderates the third #PrincetonFung panel, "The Internet of Things (or Is Your Bowtie Really a Camera?)" pic.twitter.com/g3auTuF8W4
  266. Is it a problem that your appliances connect to the internet? If so, whose problem? @JBoorstin opens with a neat framing. #princetonfung
  267. #PrincetonFung Panel 6 The Internet of Things: B. Scheuermann @HumboldtUni discusses bowtie cameras and the like with @Princeton & @amazon https://t.co/2GmDEw7QJF
    #PrincetonFung Panel 6 The Internet of Things: B. Scheuermann @HumboldtUni discusses bowtie cameras and the like with @Princeton & @amazon pic.twitter.com/2GmDEw7QJF
  268. “What’s the reset of my house?” @feamster raising good points around the awkward practicalities of #iot and #smarthomes #princetonfung
  269. #PrincetonFung pretty much everything connected to internet. So IoT is a misnomer says Nick Fester from Princeton.
  270. Panel 3 with Andrew Appel, Nick Feamster, Margaret Martonosi, Paul Misener and Björn Scheuermann moderated by @JBoorstin #PrincetonFung https://t.co/dV3SNuYV8Y
    Panel 3 with Andrew Appel, Nick Feamster, Margaret Martonosi, Paul Misener and Björn Scheuermann moderated by @JBoorstin #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/dV3SNuYV8Y
  271. Re: the dangers of how pervasive #IOT will inevitably be, when do we actually have a choice? Are we too dependent? #PrincetonFung @feamster
  272. Caught and guilty! Just kidding. This wasn't planned. But I appreciate being a #PrincetonFung mascot  https://twitter.com/jasmine_peled/status/843826623828951041 
  273. "We get so used to agree to giving access to our personal all data, we don't even think about it" #privacy #IoT #PrincetonFung
  274. to prof @feamster's "what’s the factory reset for my house?" Amazon exec Paul Misener replies "that's overly pessimistic" #PrincetonFung
  275. “Consumers will demand what consumers want.” The market pushes back, it works, says Paul Misener, Amazon #princetonfung
  276. Costs of a poorly secured IOT device don’t always accrue to the owner of that device #PrincetonFung
  277. Externalized costs of poor #IoT security are the one thing everybody can agree one. Finding solutions is tougher. #princetonfung
  278. With the Internet of Things, we are "substituting control for trust" @bj_sch #PrincetonFung
  279. Super interesting discussion on IoT and the implications on security and privacy and related regulation at #PrincetonFung Conference https://t.co/EFM5vjvcdF
    Super interesting discussion on IoT and the implications on security and privacy and related regulation at #PrincetonFung Conference pic.twitter.com/EFM5vjvcdF
  280. The core principle of the #GDPR is that firms must process as little data as possible and delete it as soon as possible. #PrincetonFung
  281. Moderator: How many Amazon consumers take the steps to control their data? @amazon VP: Some do. That's the wrong question. #princetonfung
  282. @amazon Paul Misener alleges that everyone has option to control their personal data --- but most don't actually do so #PrincetonFung
  283. P. Misener (Amazon) summarized: Users can delete all their data, but choose not to in favor of convenience. #princetonfung #iot
  284. Amazon think its "the wrong question" to be asking if consumers do actually manage their data. Eyeroll. #PrincetonFung
  285. P. Misener (Amazon) raises the point if consumer behavior should not be the measure we apply; consumers are capable. #princetonfung
  286. Amazon's Paul Misener tells us Amazon deletes our data if we do. #trust #PrincetonFung
  287. Logic that consumers always makes right digital choice is belied by cigarette history. Regulation for a reason #PrincetonFung #alexa
  288. @amazon rep says every single user makes his/her privacy choices for use of their data. Seriously?! #PrincetonFung
  289. Amazon says consumers smart & know how to manage own data. No response on % of users that do. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/I3BjKaVkTf
    Amazon says consumers smart & know how to manage own data. No response on % of users that do. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/I3BjKaVkTf
  290. Margaret Martonosi: "You want IoT standards to be written with engineers in the room." Sad that this needs to be said! #princetonfung
  291. #PrincetonFung IoT does pose many new challenges because of heterogeneity but still just the internet so not a technical problem.
  292. .@feamster is basically saying that nobody takes responsibility for security and software quality in many IoT products. #PrincetonFung
  293. #IoT is complex b/c of interplay of 4 stakeholder groups: Consumers, manufacturers, ISPs, retailers —@feamster #PrincetonFung
  294. In the early days of a technology it pays to take a light touch in terms of regulation to allow for innovation—@margmartonosi #PrincetonFung
  295. @feamster says regulation gets ahead of market. Says market hasn't yet had time to respond to IoT security needs #princetonfung
  296. Bjorn Scheuermann responds to @feamster that EU looks at regulation differently. EU wants greater protection for consumers #princetonfung
  297. Design #IOT devices for reg/protection mechanisms at outset to help w/ privacy concerns says Andrew Appel@#PrincetonFung
  298. “Data belongs to the consumer” always sounds like a nice enough approach; but what does it mean in practice? #princetonfung
  299. We need to raise awareness and educate consumers for them to make more informed decisions #PrincetonFung #IoT #dataprivacy #Cloud
  300. Consistent theme at #PrincetonFung is the need to educate people on data collection and privacy so they can make more informed decisions
  301. Question isn't just who owns the IOT data. Question is who owns the -device- @feamster #PrincetonFung https://t.co/f5fjn0CmjQ
    Question isn't just who owns the IOT data. Question is who owns the -device- @feamster #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/f5fjn0CmjQ
  302. Audience members line up with questions after the panel on the Internet of Things. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/473SJnkEpk
    Audience members line up with questions after the panel on the Internet of Things. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/473SJnkEpk
  303. Smart point: "If you don't care about your privacy it might concern me too. So how am I protected?" Unfortunately: not. #PrincetonFung
  304. What a great question: "Can we work towards an aggregated data collected dossier as we have credit reports?" #PrincetonFung
  305. Will we get to asking people for a list of active devices before we accept an invitation to drop in for coffee? #PrincetonFung  https://twitter.com/mirjam_stegherr/status/843844732308635649 
  306. "Have we lost control of the internet?" @NeelieKroesEU (with matching brooch ❤) has entered the stage #PrincetonFung https://t.co/N7RrkR6PVi
    "Have we lost control of the internet?" @NeelieKroesEU (with matching brooch ❤) has entered the stage #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/N7RrkR6PVi
  307. If countries think that #nationalism will make them stronger, they loose the bigger picture. @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung https://t.co/SX1Q4NSeUH
    If countries think that #nationalism will make them stronger, they loose the bigger picture. @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/SX1Q4NSeUH
  308. Neelie Kroes: Democracy is for the courageous - we all have to fight for it. #PrincetonFung https://t.co/WVhE6xtdiU
    Neelie Kroes: Democracy is for the courageous - we all have to fight for it. #PrincetonFung pic.twitter.com/WVhE6xtdiU
  309. Digitization is not a threat, it is an asset for democracy. It gives people the power, says @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung conference https://t.co/vfWIjRPQuI
    Digitization is not a threat, it is an asset for democracy. It gives people the power, says @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung conference pic.twitter.com/vfWIjRPQuI
  310. "You are the generation of the 4th industrial revolution. Make it your revolution!" @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung
  311. Witnessing an interaction between the greats @vgcerf & @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung about liberty in the digital age! #digitalfuture https://t.co/rLMnhUtjnF
    Witnessing an interaction between the greats @vgcerf & @NeelieKroesEU #PrincetonFung about liberty in the digital age! #digitalfuture pic.twitter.com/rLMnhUtjnF
  312. "Young people think old people don't know how to use the internet. Well I've got news for you. We invented it." @vgcerf #PrincetonFung
  313. a tech conference w several fantastic female speakers? totally possible! kudos to #PrincetonFung
  314. #PrincetonFung what an amazing day! Be sure to be here tomorrow: silos, hacking, fake news will be covered. Roger Dingledine to speak.
  315. Guten Tag Fruhling! Rainy weather can't keep our Woo's down! MPA's Annie Khoa, Asa Craig, and Elizabeth Garlow are having a splashing good time at #PrincetonFung in Berlin. @boike22
    Guten Tag Fruhling! Rainy weather can't keep our Woo's down! MPA's Annie Khoa, Asa Craig, and Elizabeth Garlow are having a splashing good time at #PrincetonFung in Berlin. @boike22