The emergence of WikiLeaks has had a profound (if polarising) effect on our relationship to information. Whether it’s politicians or the media, the question of secrecy and disclosure has been revived. What do we have the right to know, and why? When should secrets remain so?
Chaired by Lyndal Curtis, our panel – Julian Burnside, Paul Ramadge and Suelette Dreyfus – discuss the lasting implications of WikiLeaks and examine its motives and model.
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