Last year I was contacted by Ivan Szekely of the OSA Archivum (Open Society Archives at Central European University) about translating into Hungarian the ACLU Pizza Surveillance short film I designed several years ago. Their effort was to “present privacy and informational self-determination as a value in the information society.”
After linking him up with the good folks at the ACLU, I was happily surprised the other day when I heard back from him that his efforts had been successful. Now, a whole new group of people can experience the world of privacy invasion in their native Hungarian language. Watch “Pizzarendeles,” their alternate take on the original.
Want more info on the OSA effort? Check out their privacy portal page.