February 14, 2014 | By Richard Esguerra and Aaron Jue

TrustyCon Ticket Auction Fundraiser

EFF is offering four pairs of tickets to the sold-out Trustworthy Technology Conference on February 27 in San Francisco, CA. For the next week, we will host auctions for full TrustyCon admission. The winners of the auctions will each receive a year-long EFF Rare Earths Level Membership (normally a $500 contribution level) featuring the renowned NSA Spying hooded sweatshirt. The best part is that every dollar from these auctions will go directly toward funding EFF's digital freedom initiatives, so please bid today.

In the spirit of strengthening and enriching the computer security community, EFF has chosen to give a pair of tickets to Hackbright Academy. Hackbright's Bay Area engineering fellowship is designed to encourage women to hone their programming skills and empower themselves in the tech industry. We look forward to including more voices in the continuing discussion of technology, law, and ethics at TrustyCon.

EFF has long-defended the computer security community's efforts to explore uncharted territory and share the research that moves innovation and user freedom forward. Please support coders' rights by placing a bid before the auction closes on Friday, February 21!


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