May 16, 2024 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm PDT

No Ethics In Big Tech, a local organization in the Electronic Frontier Alliance, (not EFF) will host this event:

NSA Comedy Night

From the Organizers:

Digital Rights and Human Rights are under attack. Join for our 11th year anniversary marking community support and grassroots activism as it relates to privacy and human rights.

As the United States congress is working to erode our basic rights to privacy and security in the digital age under section 702 and global conflicts rage across the world, join this conversation with human rights organizations, digital rights and peace activists from around the world discussing our inept leaders and big tech corporations that undermine our digital rights and freedom.

As in previous years, we aim to unite on our shared human values and basic fundamental human rights as our rights are under attack in the US and around the globe. We hope you will be inspired, entertained and rejuvenated in defending basic rights and values that we are all entitled to regardless of our differences.

This year’s presenters will include:

  • Vahid Razavi, No Ethics in Big Tech
  • Marianne Díaz HernándezAccess Now
  • Ousman Noor, Civillian Agenda
  • Ryan Black, Roots-Action
  • Emma Claire Foley, Roots-Action
  • Kevin Welch, EFF-Austin
  • Brett Wilkins, Common Dreams
  • Brendan Gilligan, EFF
  • Rev. Martin Todd Allen, Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples
  • Musician Mike Rufo
  • Comedians Amy Dontblameme, Cathy Zhao, and Jessica Mulder
  • Filmmaker Peter Menchini

No fees to attend. We encourage attendees to research and fund organizations mentioned in this event.

Event will be streamed live at: 

Event Info


Thursday, May 16
6pm  PT


Online (YouTube)

This event is organized not by EFF, but by  No Ethics In Big Tech, a grassroots group participating in the Electronic Frontier Alliance. The EFA is a network of grassroots organizations across the country committed to promoting digital rights. Together, we're building a movement to promote freedom of expression, privacy, security, creativity, and access to knowledge.