With Thomas Keenan, Geert Lovink, Ian Buruma, and David Rieff.

All interesting conversation begins after the dinner-hour, and the WikiLeaks roundtable, which starts promptly at 9:15 p.m., is no exception. Spend the best part of the evening at one of the most anticipated (and controversial) events of the Festival with a panel of experts—the Human Rights Project’s Tom Keenan, media theorist Geert Lovink, Henry R. Luce Professor of Democracy Ian Buruma, and policy analyst David Rieff—contemplating the legal and moral ramifications of making classified information accessible to the public.