Hannah Arendt Days

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I'm giving a big speech tomorrow, I hope I am ready

Tomorrow, I’m giving a talk at the Heise HQ as part of the interactive exhibition Geheimnis1, which is put on by the City of Hanover. The exhibition is part of the prestigious Hannah Arendt Days, a yearly academic event that examines current political or sociological trends. It is named after the historian and political theorist Hannah Arendt. This year, it is all about secrets and how computers and the internet change what secrets mean for modern societies. I’m talking about the impact of cybercrime and cyberwar on this.

We expect about a hundred visitors, maybe more. And I just now finished my speech ten minutes ago. Wish me luck.

  1. German for “secret” [return]