TUNE IN: Stella Assange, Stefania Maurizi, and Kevin Gosztola In Berlin

Disruption Network Lab hosts a panel, "Targeted By Surveillance: Julian Assange, WikiLeaks & Networked Repression"

The Dissenter's Kevin Gosztola, author of Guilty of Journalism: The Political Case Against Julian Assange, is in Berlin for a conference organized by the Disruption Network Lab. He will speak on a panel, "Targeted By Surveillance: Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, & Networked Repression," at 2pm ET/11 am PT.  

Stella Assange and Stefania Maurizi will also be part of the panel. Stella is a human rights lawyer who is married to Julian. She is featured in the documentary, "Ithaka," and was a target of surveillance while visiting the Ecuador embassy in London, where Julian lived under political asylum.

Maurizi is the author of Secret Power: WikiLeaks and Its Enemies, and she previously worked on documents from WikiLeaks. She has been involved in significant freedom of information litigation in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, and Sweden.

The conference received funding from the Senate Department for Culture and Europe in Berlin as well as funds from Re-Imagine Europe, a project partly supported by the European Union.

Global Voices, Airwars, and Don't Extradite Assange collaborated on the conference, and Boiling Head Media helped make streaming of panel discussions possible. (Full list of sponsors here.)

*NOTE: If you're unable to watch the live broadcast of the panel, the video will archive and you can view the discussion later.