We will read and show a chapter from our comic book "How the Internet Really Works - An illustrated Guide to Protocols, Privacy, Censorship, and Governance". How is censorship technically carried out and how can it be circumvented?
Ulrike Uhlig and Mallory Knodel will read and show a chapter from their comic book **"How the Internet Really Works - An illustrated Guide to Protocols, Privacy, Censorship, and Governance"**. The book explains technical concepts to non-technical and technical readers alike using concise text and playful illustrations. Catnip, the cat that guides readers through our book, answers questions like these: Who controls the internet? How can I participate in shaping the internet myself? What is internet governance?
For this talk we will focus on those two questions: How is censorship technically carried out, and how can it be circumvented?
Lot's of details about the book and some of the pages for download on https://catnip.article19.org/
Our talk is suitable for people with technical and less technical backgrounds alike.
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