March 23, 2006 | By Derek Slater

Last Chance to Sign Up for Free EFF Security Training, Next Week in Los Angeles

Does your organization know its rights when it comes to government surveillance? Do you and your colleagues have the technical knowledge necessary to secure your organization's sensitive data and communications against government intrusion?

Many of the legal protections against government searches and surveillance have been removed since 9/11 and the USA PATRIOT Act, so EFF has developed STOP -- a free, five-hour security training for non-profits that will give you the legal and technical information that you need to protect the privacy of your organization and its clients.

The next STOP is in Los Angeles, and it's right around the corner. RSVP by March 27th to join in this important training on March 30th!

What: STOP in Los Angeles
When: March 30, 12pm-5pm
Where: SCOPE - La Cienega Office
3346 S. La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90016
How: RSVP to Risa Brown at rbrown@scopela.org or 323/789-7920 x117 by March 27th


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