The good folks at Google Ideas, Tribeca Enterprises and the Council on Foreign Relations met last week for the Info Summit 2012 to discuss the ever-interesting topic of "Illicit Networks".
From Info Summit:
Global illicit networks — from drug smuggling and arms dealing, to human trafficking and organ harvesting — affect millions of people across the world, bringing in over $2.1 trillion every year. The initiative does not stop at the event: a series of projects inspired by the summit will continue to be developed over the coming months. Watch this space for updates on the outputs.
If you are like most people, you were not invited to Info Summit 2012. No big deal, the conference set up a YouTube account and have begun adding videos of various talks occurring over the multi-day meeting.
Like this one, on Disrupting Illicit Arms: