SPEAKEASY: Burning Man

August 31, 2011 (All day)
Black Rock City
document.title = "Speakeasy: Burning Man";


Spread the word!

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter

SPEAKEASY: Burning Man
Wednesday, August 31, 2011 from 2-4 PM
Camp Above the Limit at 9:30 & A

Join us on Wednesday, August 31st at Burning Man! EFF's Speakeasy events are free, informal member gatherings that give you a chance to mingle with fellow EFF supporters and meet the people behind the world's leading digital civil liberties organization. It is also our chance to thank you, the EFF members who make this work possible. In the spirit of Burning Man, EFF is welcoming all supporters, well-wishers, and friends on the playa to gather and celebrate online (and offline) freedom.

Meet EFF co-founders and boardmembers John Gilmore and John Perry Barlow, boardmember Brad Templeton, International Rights Director Katitza Rodriguez, and Technology Projects Director Peter Eckersley. Learn about our latest work and get to know the people fighting for your online rights. We will be joined by a special guest — beloved author, international activist, and EFF fellow Cory Doctorow!

Crystal CavernSpeakeasy: Burning Man takes place during the Playa Talks on Digital Freedom and Human Rights held at Camp Above the Limit in the Crystal Cavern, a large geodesic dome festooned with 18-foot fluorescent crystals. As is customary at Burning Man, bring your own cup, contribute some libations or snacks to this communal event, and leave no trace after you depart.

RSVP at https://www.eff.org/speakeasy

Stay in Touch

NSA Spying

EFF is leading the fight against the NSA's illegal mass surveillance program. Learn more about what the program is, how it works, and what you can do.

Follow EFF

New Zealand needs to resist TPP's copyright term extension and defend Kiwi artists and culture. https://eff.org/r.hicm

Sep 2 @ 1:18pm

Does the content of your emails have a nationality? Microsoft Ireland case may decide: https://eff.org/r.p4uu

Sep 2 @ 11:57am

82% of Californians think cops should have to get a warrant to track their Internet use. https://eff.org/r.65xj It's time to pass CalECPA.

Sep 2 @ 11:06am
JavaScript license information