Disco-tech: Criminalisation of technical expertise

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The crackdown on the use of secure digital communications in many parts of the world is very concerning. Many governments, including those of Australia and the United Kingdom, are threatening to legislate backdoors for law enforcement in encryption standards, which would substantially weaken security for everyone while increasing the likelihood of damaging attacks from bad actors.
Recently, Turkey arrested IT consultants for professionally imparting their skills and knowledge around technical matters to human rights defenders.

Disco-Tech, an exciting evening of lightning talks and demonstrations interspersed with dinner, music and drinks. The fourth annual Disco-tech event and party will highlight the work of six communities from around the world. It's hosted by APC, ARTICLE 19, IFEX, Access Now, Greenhost and Aspiration.

Speakers:

  • Wieke Meilink, DDP HIVOS, Netherlands
  • Nani Jansen Reventlow, Digital Freedom Fund, Netherlands
  • Ricardo González, Article 19, Mexico
  • Marcin De Kaminski, SIDA, Sweden
  • Loreto Bravo, DDP Fellow, Mexico
  • Jochai Ben-Avie, Mozilla, US
  • Sunil Abraham, Centre for Internet Society, India

Come early and stay late for food and a cash bar!

When
December 17th, 2017 8:00 PM   through   10:00 PM
Location
Mr Pickwick's Pub
Rue de Lausanne 80
Genève, GE 1202
Switzerland

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