Government Surveillance in a Digital World: An Evening with the Electronic Frontier Foundation

March 24, 2011 (All day)
San Francisco, CA

UPDATE (3/24/11) -- Unfortunately, it looks like there will not be live-streaming video for this event. However, it will be recorded and broadcast. We'll let you know the details so you can watch it later.

Join EFF Activists Richard Esguerra and Rainey Reitman as they discuss "Government Surveillance in a Digital World."

Digital technology is changing the way we communicate and interact, often resulting in the unprecedented exposure of our personal details.

What can the government legally do to spy on your computer data and
communications? And what can you legally do to protect yourself against
such spying?

Please join us for an evening exploring the law and technology of digital surveillance in the United States.

Tickets: $5 - $10

*This event will be recorded and broadcast by Bricks and Mortar Media,

Intersection 5M
925 Mission Street at 5th Street (in the historic San Francisco Chronicle building)
San Francisco, CA 94103

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