CryptoPartyLDN: Privacy 2028 | Free Word

20 November 2018
19:00 - 22:30

Presented by:
Free Word, CryptoParty London and Big Brother Watch

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A digital security workshop like no other...


In a post-9/11 age of insecurity, and with technologies changing the world around us, what will the state of privacy be ten years from now? Is the human right to privacy facing an existential threat from rapidly developing technologies, or can we use technologies to protect our fundamental right to a private life?

Do you want to do something about it?

…With a side helping of themed cocktails, music and art?

Then join us for a CryptoParty workshop, and take back control of your digital life. Whether you’re a complete beginner or technical expert – if you’re interested in learning more about how to protect yourself online, encrypted messaging and tips for a safer web experience, this is the night for you. Privacy 2028 is all about providing radical solutions to fight back. All you will need is your laptop or smartphone. Leave the rest to us.

Following the workshop, there will be a Q&A discussion with Vinous Ali (Head of Policy at TechUK), Glyn Moody (technology author and journalist), Alejandro Saucedo (Chairman of The Institute for Ethical AI and Machine Learning), chaired by Silkie Carlo (Director of Big Brother Watch).

CryptoParty is a decentralized movement with events happening all over the world.

20 November 2018
19:00 - 22:30
Free

Free Word, CryptoParty London and Big Brother Watch

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