November 2, 2019 - 3:00pm
San Francisco

Join Senior Investigative Researcher Dave Maass of the Electronic Frontier Foundation for a workshop about the EFF's large-scale project to inventory what technologies law enforcement agencies around the country are deploying in our communities.

You will learn how to use advanced search engine functions and comb government websites to dig up information on body-worn cameras, automated license plate readers, drones and more, while also contributing to a greater data mapping project. You will also get to test run EFF's research platform, Report Back, developed in partnership with the University of Nevada, Reno's Reynolds School of Journalism.

Please bring a laptop to this workshop in order to participate.

What: Atlas of Surveillance: A Workshop on Crowdsourcing Research on Police Tech

Who: Senior Investigative Researcher Dave Maass

Where: Second floor events space, 838 Market Street San Francisco, CA 94102 USA

When: 3 pm, November 2, 2019

he Glass Room is a 28,000 square-foot pop-up store with a twist, presenting more than 50 provocative tech products in an unexpected environment. This installment arrives in San Francisco to turn a mirror on Silicon Valley, to the people who make our technologies and those who are affected by its impact on society. The Glass Room is a great way for users of technology to engage on a deeper level and make more informed choices. Each piece in The Glass Room tells a different story about data and technology, so there is something for everyone to connect with.”

In addition to the exhibits, the Glass Room will host programming and talks to foster debate, discussion, and solution-finding on the relevant and hot topic issues facing the industry and consumers today.