NSA Spying, Threats to Privacy, and Your Rights Online & ISU CryptoParty!

April 14, 2014 - 6:00pm
Ames, Iowa

EFF's April Glaser will be joining the Digital Freedom Group at Iowa State University, along with distinguished scholars from multiple departments for a panel event that examines the NSA's illegal spying, the future of journalism, as well as the the importance and paired challenges of adopting privacy tools online.

Panel members include Jane Fritsch (Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication), Jonathan Tsou (Philosophy and Religious Studies), Dr. Zayira Jordan (Human Computer Interaction), and Nik Kinkel (ISU Software Engineering undergraduate student). 

This event is part of the ISU Greenlee School of Journalism First Amendment Week is free and open to the public.

Also stay tuned for details about the ISU Students for Digital Freedom Cryptoparty to learn how to use online privacy tools!!

Tuesday, April 15
6:00-7:30 pm
Iowa State University, Coover Hall 2245

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