Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of the Guardian, has led the charge on some of the most significant investigative journalism since Watergate. In this exclusive event, he will speak about the Guardian’s decision to publish documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the UK’s phone hacking scandal, the ethical and political ramifications of publishing leaked documents, the impact of government surveillance and consider the nature of press freedom today.

He is uniquely placed to discuss the evolving role of the fourth estate, evaluating the public interest, the role of parliaments, privacy and the integrity of the web itself. Presented by Carriageworks in association with Guardian Australia.