Spark-me | Former Wikileaks speaker Daniel Domscheit-Berg speaks at Innovation Day
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Former Wikileaks speaker Daniel Domscheit-Berg speaks at Innovation Day

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Innovation Day at the House of Communication in Munich brings together 400 executive board members, managing directors and brand managers with international top speakers from the worlds of business, media and politics. On the agenda are talks about the most relevant trends in the marketing and communication industry, along with insights into visionary business ideas, innovative strategies and pioneering technological developments.

Daniel Domscheit-Berg, former spokesperson of Wikileaks, “the world’s most dangerous website”, held a speech at the annual Innovations Day 2016 organised by the Serviceplan Group in Munich. His book ‘Inside Wikileaks: the most dangerous website in the world’ was recently turned into a movie called “Inside Wikileaks” starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Brühl.

Once part of a team that was one of the world’s most wanted, he now uses his knowledge to teach and inspire younger minds as well as to develop open communication platforms.

In a conversation with Mathias Müller von Blumencron, Editor-in-Chief of Digital Media for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) newspaper he talked about TRANSPARENCY AND PRIVACY IN A DIGITAL WORLD. A fully networked world is developing around us at breakneck speed. For years now Daniel Domscheit-Berg has been committed to freedom of information and transparency on the internet. In his keynote speech he outlined digital future scenarios that could happen in the foreseeable future, and giving us an insight into the lesser known, but real-life dangers that could result from the internet for our society and the economy. Afterwards he discussed the lack of transparency with Mathias Müller von Blumencron and what feels like the end of our privacy in the digital world.

Spark was in charge of the booking, briefing and agreement for Daniel Domscheit-Berg.