Privacy & Social Networks: All Is Not lost! (But We Need Your Help)
Monday, January 20, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
December agenda for Techno-Activism 3rd Mondays.
This event occurs every month, held simultaneously
in different cities throughout the world.
Privacy and Social Networks seem to clash and the companies offering the services are frequently (portrayed as being) more interested in profiling their users in order to make advertising bucks rather than protect them. But things aren't always black and white.
Let's look at the responsibilities we have on both sides of the fence: as users and as service providers; as engineers and as designers; as experts and as laymen; as students and as educators.
Bio: Jan Schaumann (@jschauma) spends a lot of time worrying about infrastructure integrity and security, about online privacy, and scalable system architecture, administration and operations. Fortunately for him, Twitter
pays him to do just that (or at least he likes to think so).
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ISC & OpenITP
The ISC Project provides advanced, sustained information security assistance to civil society organizations, independent media and human rights activists in countries where free expression, journalistic reporting, online communications and advocacy are critical to societal liberalization and development but potentially risky to personal safety. For more information, contact email@example.com.
OpenITP provides developers of open source anti-surveillance and anti-censorship tools with diverse type of support. We believe circumvention tech tools are essential to enable anonymous, secure, and unrestricted communication on the Internet.