What is it?
This is the third Techno-Activism 3rd Monday event for Portland, Oregon! Read more about techno-activism 3rd mondays.
Who should come?
Anyone interested in techno-activism. We invite coders, geeks, artists, and anyone else. No technical experience required.
Steve Mancini will be speaking with us about "The impact of disruptive innovation and privacy on your average hair stylist". A bit about him: After spending way too many years and dollars pursuing college degrees, Steve Mancini eventually had to enter the real world. A trek from the East coast to the West coast landed him a job in large corporation out in the burbs and after a decade+ of working there he has learned a thing or two about computer security, hacking, forensics, and incident response. He’s worn many hats and titles; his current is Harbinger of Doom (no really, it is on his business card).
Demo time! After the talk/Q&A, we will reserve time for folks to demo their favorite security/privacy tech tool. If you would like to be be a demoer, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will work you into the schedule.
If you're interested in this event, you might also be interested in the PDXTech4Good meetup.
When & Where
The Privly Foundation
The founding purpose of the Privly Foundation is to empower the Privly community to participate in and contribute to privacy software projects by fostering awareness of privacy issues and building a community of mutual support around Privly development. The Privly Foundation was founded following a successful crowdfunding round in 2012.
Privly is an open source community project for taking back control of personal information. Privly makes it impossible for others to control your data. By installing our browser extension, you are able to keep your content, well, your content. For those who don’t have the extension installed, they see a simple link that sends them to your post, photo, video, etc. For those who do have the extension installed, they are able to see your post on the page as it was intended.