The U.S. Supreme Court sent shockwaves with its decision to overturn protections for reproductive rights under Roe v. Wade. In addition to depriving millions of people of a fundamental right, the decision also means that those who seek, offer, or facilitate abortion healthcare must now consider whether law enforcement could access and use previously benign digital data as evidence of a crime. That’s an alarming prospect for an increasingly online world without strong privacy protections.
This panel will explore the future of access to healthcare resources, how technologists are working to help people secure their data now, how policymakers in both the private and public sectors can ensure safety and privacy for millions of people—and what you can do to protect yourself and your communities.
We invite you to join this special session during the DEF CON 30 hacking conference. Note that conference badges are required for entry. Learn more about EFF's talks and activities at DC30.
Reproductive Justice in the Age of Surveillance
DEF CON Hacking Conference at Caesars Forum
Forum Room 133 (adjacent to Vendors hall)
Friday, August 12 from 15:30-16:30
Daly Barnett, EFF Staff Technologist
Kate Bertash of Digital Defense Fund
India McKinney, EFF Director of Federal Affairs
Corynne McSherry, EFF Legal Director