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TEDGlobal 2012 Malte Spitz by Mind Map: TEDGlobal 2012
Malte Spitz
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TEDGlobal 2012 Malte Spitz

please send me all the info Deutches Telekom stores on my

this is my life you're protocolling

started a law suit

wanted to have this info

they wouldn't give it

had a settlement

German Constitutional court ruled

received a cd

this is my life

endless file with 5 years if info

what can you do with all this info

what is data rention

you can see where ypu have been

it's very scary to see all that

i wanted the world to see how much is stores

all the data visualized

OpenDataCity, by Michael Kreil

if you have access to this info

you can see waht society is doing

blue print for, China, Iran

you know who talks to whom

they have the access

this info is kept 6mnths to 2 years

what if in 1989 people had mobile phones

and the stasi would have know all this

then the protest wouldnt have happend

privacy is a value of teh 21st century

lives are being tracked

self determination

you need to fight for it every day

its not outdated

it is possible but they dont have to do it

ask your phone company what info they store on you

every time you use your mobile phone: ask yourself what do they store


Malte Spitz asked his cell phone carrier what it knew about him‐‐and mapped what he found out.

mobile phone

can change your life

tweet a message and start a protest in Egypt

record a song, load it to soundcloud and become famous



1989 Berlin


protest for change, what if they had a mobile phone

almost everyone today has a mobile phone

how did mobile phone changed my life

summer 2006

directive: data retetion

each phone company in EU & Inetservice

white range of info on their users

store, who sends what to who, where you are, at least 6mnths to 2 years kept in storage

people protest: we dont wan this

we want self determination

companies shouldn't store it

freedom, not fear

some said: its like stasi 2.0


Malte Spitz

Data activist