On May 28th 2015, the Montesquieu Institute and Filmhuis Den Haag runned the Oscar-winning movie Citizenfour by director Laura Poitras. The film is about the NSA spying scandal.
In 2013 former CIA-analist Edward Snowden revealed that western governments are collecting internet and telephone records of millions of people. The general public is expressing it discontent. At the same time governments are worrying about more leaks and the deteriorating safety of their citizens.
After the movie was shown journalist Kristel van Teeffelen and professor of Software Security and Correctness Bart Jacobs discussed the movie and the question of what the government can do to protect citizens privacy.
Date & time: April 23th 2015, 19:00 to 21:15
Location: Filmhuis Den Haag, Spui 191 The Hague
Entree fee: € 9,-, € 7,50 for students and the elderly
Film and debate is organized by the Filmhuis Den Haag, Montesquieu Institute and the international press centre Nieuwspoort. Please note the debate is in Dutch, even though the movie is in English. For further information we kindly refer you to the Dutch version of our website by clicking on 'Nederlands' in the right upper corner of this page.