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#Jeremy is an accomplished career documentarian and film technician. He has produced and directed two award winning feature-length documentaries: Land of Confusionchronicles his Army unit’s mission in Iraq and the operations of Iraq Survey Group;Code 2600, his newest film, is a documentary about the coming of the Information Technology Age and computer hacker culture. Both films have garnered top industry recognition and have screened at venues all across the nation. Currently, CODE 2600is being exhibited at universities and security conferences across the United States. Jeremy is also a decorated Iraq War veteran and an advocate for veteran rights. He currently teaches and studies film at the Ohio University School of Film. Jeremy’s awards include Special Jury Award, Florida Film Festival Land of Confusion, Special Jury Award, Atlanta Film Festival Land of Confusion, Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary 2013, Atlanta Film Festival CODE 2600.
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Documentarian Jeremy Zerechak first became familiar with HFC while immersing himself into computer hacker culture during the filming of CODE 2600, his most recent award-winning, feature-length documentary. Since then, he has been maintaining regular contact with the organization’s founder, Johnny Long, his wife, Jen, and staff members Sam Kinch and Glenn Eccard for the past few months. HFC has committed their support to the documentary project, offering unfettered access to their classes and charitable operations, assistance on location in Jinja, discounted lodging for the crew, and logistical guidance for the crew’s travel to and from Uganda. Together we have begun coordinating the crew’s travel to Jinja and making arrangements for filming in July 2013.
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Revision as of 04:51, 18 April 2013


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PaulDotCom Security Weekly - Episode 328 for Thursday April 18th, 2013

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Interview: Dr. Whit Diffie

Dr. Diffie is a pioneer of public-key cryptography and was VP of Information Security and Cryptography at ICANN. He is author of Privacy on the Line: The Politics of Wiretapping and Encryption.

  1. Tell us about the genesis for your book and why you wrote it.
  2. Do you think privacy is dead? If not, how can we keep it alive?
  3. What is the Hummingbird algorithm and where would it be optimal?
  4. What do you mean by "A secure internet could not serve our needs"

Interview: Jeremy Zerechak

  1. Jeremy is an accomplished career documentarian and film technician. He has produced and directed two award winning feature-length documentaries: Land of Confusionchronicles his Army unit’s mission in Iraq and the operations of Iraq Survey Group;Code 2600, his newest film, is a documentary about the coming of the Information Technology Age and computer hacker culture. Both films have garnered top industry recognition and have screened at venues all across the nation. Currently, CODE 2600is being exhibited at universities and security conferences across the United States. Jeremy is also a decorated Iraq War veteran and an advocate for veteran rights. He currently teaches and studies film at the Ohio University School of Film. Jeremy’s awards include Special Jury Award, Florida Film Festival Land of Confusion, Special Jury Award, Atlanta Film Festival Land of Confusion, Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary 2013, Atlanta Film Festival CODE 2600.

Documentarian Jeremy Zerechak first became familiar with HFC while immersing himself into computer hacker culture during the filming of CODE 2600, his most recent award-winning, feature-length documentary. Since then, he has been maintaining regular contact with the organization’s founder, Johnny Long, his wife, Jen, and staff members Sam Kinch and Glenn Eccard for the past few months. HFC has committed their support to the documentary project, offering unfettered access to their classes and charitable operations, assistance on location in Jinja, discounted lodging for the crew, and logistical guidance for the crew’s travel to and from Uganda. Together we have begun coordinating the crew’s travel to Jinja and making arrangements for filming in July 2013.

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  • We are in the process of archiving and cataloging our technical segments, please visit the PaulDotCom Technical Library and we indexed all of the interviews we have conducted. We are also working on updating all of the articles, so check the newsletter or if you want to help in exchange for some free guidance and security training please email me.
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