FILM & DISCUSSION: "Terms and Conditions May Apply"

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FILM & DISCUSSION: "Terms and Conditions May Apply"

Time: June 13, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Hidden Springs Wellness Center
Street: 1651 Siskiyou Blvd
City/Town: Ashland, OR
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Event Type: film, movie, discussion, event, rvml
Organized By: Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library
Latest Activity: Jun 3, 2014

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"Terms and Conditions May Apply"

Have you ever read the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies connected to every website you visit, phone call you make, or app you use? Of course you haven't. But those agreements allow corporations to do things with your personal information you could never even imagine. This film explores the intent hidden within these ridiculous agreements, and reveals what corporations and governments are legally taking from you and the outrageous consequences that result from clicking "I accept."


Slamdance Film Festival Programmer Notes:

A Facebook post sends a SWAT team to a New York comedian's apartment; the AOL search results of television writer fit the profile of a serial killer. Privacy is at the heart of Cullen Hoback's riveting documentary: how we give it away, and how it is taken from us. The "terms and conditions" of software contracts map a journey through the brave new world we have unwittingly opted in to. Wiretapping, surveillance, prosecution of thought crimes, and the data mining of our computer, GPS, and telephone records are shown to have become legally enshrined. Hoback's deft editing takes us through an impressive collection of conversations, including Moby, Margaret Atwood, Ray Kurzweil, Mark Zuckerberg, and Anonymous hacktivist Barret Brown. Indicting governments and corporate interests for the commodification of our private lives, Terms And Conditions May Apply urges us to push back.

Friday June 13, 7-9pm

Hidden Springs

1651 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland

$5-20 Suggested Donation at the Door


7:00pm FILM         8:30pm DISCUSSION

8:20pm BREAK     9:00pm CONCLUDE


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Student Level: $20/year (18 or older), up to 4 checkouts at a time

Adult Level: $30/year, 1 or 2 people, up to 4 checkouts at a time

Family Level: $55/year, 1 to 4 people, up to 8 checkouts at a time


Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library

1756 Ashland St. (Hwy. 66) Ashland, OR

½-mile east of the Southern Oregon University campus, in the

same building as Free Source Book & Media Exchange


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