C3Subtitles: 32c3: Ten years after ‚We Lost The War‘
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Ten years after ‚We Lost The War‘

The future does not look much brighter than ten years ago. What comes next, and what can the hacker community do to make things better?

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Video duration
01:01:33
Language
English
Abstract
The talk „We Lost The War“ was presented at Congress ten years ago, causing quite a stir. It was a prediction of a dark future that did not sit well with many people, but unfortunately many predictions have come true meanwhile. This talk will try to address what comes next, as well as what the hacker community can do to make things better.

It’s a broad-spectrum talk that covers analysis of past and current events and possible futures in specific fields such as surveillance and digital rights, as well as a broader analysis of where the speakers think the world might be in 5-10 more years.

Talk ID
7501
Event:
32c3
Day
3
Room
Hall 1
Start
6:30 p.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
Ethics, Society & Politics
Type of
lecture
Speaker
frank
rop

Talk & Speaker speed statistics

Very rough underestimation:
142.6 wpm
797.9 spm
While speaker(s) speak(s):
146.1 wpm
818.8 spm
139.9 wpm
780.1 spm
157.0 wpm
885.8 spm
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Talk & Speaker speed statistics with word clouds

Whole talk:
142.6 wpm
797.9 spm
While speakers speak:
146.1 wpm
818.8 spm
frank:
139.9 wpm
780.1 spm
rop:
157.0 wpm
885.8 spm