Members-Only Speakeasy: Bay Area

June 5, 2014 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
San Francisco, CA

Members- Only Speakeasy

Join the Electronic Frontier Foundation staff for a drink and riveting digital freedom discussion on Thursday, June 5th! Twice a year, EFF invites Bay Area donors and colleagues to connect with one other and to meet the people behind the world's leading online civil liberties organization. This is also EFF's chance to thank you, the members who make this work possible.

June 5th marks the one-year anniversary of the Snowden revelations, which have had an undeniable impact on EFF's work and the world at large. We are pleased to present a panel of digital freedom experts from EFF who will discuss several major projects and successes in our fight for the users.

WHAT: Speakeasy: Bay Area, An EFF Members-Only Meetup & Panel Discussion

WHEN: Thursday, June 5, 2014
6-7 PM Reception. Soft drinks, beer, wine, and light hors d’oeuvres provided.
7-8 PM EFF Staff Panel

WHO: This free-of-charge gathering is hosted by EFF for current members, donors, and special guests. All ages are welcome!

If you are a current Bay Area EFF member accepting email, you will find a personal invitation with secret location details in your inbox on Thursday, May 22! Space is limited, so reserve your spot. If you are traveling through San Francisco that day and would like to join in, contact membership@eff.org for more information.

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