FREE KEVIN in Stockholm


Curated by Pirateturk
Organized by Laurel Ptak

The title FREE KEVIN is an appropriated slogan that was originally used by the hacker community in the 1990s to protest the arrest of Kevin Mitnick, a legendary hacker who at the time was the most wanted computer criminal in United States history.

FREE KEVIN is an ongoing and roving screening series from a collection of 15.4 GB of downloaded films and documentaries depicting hackers and related computer culture from the 1980s-2000s. A range of material including blockbuster films, educational television programming, and documentaries produced within the hacking community will be presented in various cities worldwide in order to stimulate dialogue around issues of intellectual property and open culture…(all info).

December 5, 2010, from 11:30
Hosted by Konst & Teknik & Martin Ström
Rutger Fuchsgatan 9, Stockholm

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