September 9, 2011 | By Aaron Jue

Speakeasy/Alcohol Liberation Front: Washington DC

Join the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Technology Liberation Front (TLF) for a special joint happy hour this Wednesday, September 14th in Washington DC!

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Kevin Bankston, who just argued the Jewel v NSA warrantless wiretapping case in front of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, will be in DC working to advance EFF's legislative priorities like fighting the new mandatory data retention bill and pushing for an upgrade to electronic privacy law. He hopes to see as many of you as he can while he's there!

Speakeasy/Alcohol Liberation Front: Washington DC
EFF & TLF Happy Hour
Wednesday, September 14th, 2011 from 5:30-8 PM

Johnny's Half ShellFind us at Johnny's Half Shell on Capitol Hill! For questions please contact Attendees must be 21 or older. No-host bar. Space is limited.

Johnny's Half Shell
400 North Capitol Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

About TLF:
Founded in 2005, the Technology Liberation Front is a group tech policy blog dedicated to keeping politicians' hands off the 'net and everything else related to technology. In the spirit of our light-hearted brand, we hold Alcohol Liberation Fronts from time to time to celebrate both technologies of freedom and the freedom of technologies.

About EFF:
EFF's Speakeasy events are informal gatherings that give you a chance to mingle with local members and meet the people behind the world's leading digital civil liberties organization. And it is also our chance to meet the EFF members who make this work possible.

See you there!

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