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Security Education 101 at BSides Long Island

The need for robust personal digital security is growing every day. Individuals, grassroots groups, and civil society organizations are voicing a need for accessible security education. Whether you’re new to computer security concepts or you’re new to teaching, there’s an important role you can play in addressing this need. Join...

EFF at Enigma 2019

EFF is excited to be a part of the fourth iteration of Enigma, a security conference by USENIX geared towards those working in both industry and research. We'll be in the expo hall, so come say hi and learn more about our current work, and even become a member! Enigma...

ShmooCon 2019

EFF is thrilled to be part of ShmooCon 2018. Stop by the EFF booth to chat with some of our team and learn about the latest developments in defending digital freedom for all. You can even pick up a special gift as a token of our thanks when you take...

AltSecCon

EFF Special Consultant Cory Doctorow is a keynote speaker at Halifax's AltSecCon, "Atlantic Canada's Non-Profit, Annual Information Security Conference."
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Cato Institute Surveillance Conference

Senior Investigative Researcher Dave Maass will present a talk on EFF's first virtual reality project, Spot the Surveillance, at the Cato Surveillance Conference. You can watch live online, but if you're at the conference, you can also demo the project on an Oculus Go. Spot the Surveillance teaches...
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Spot the Surveillance: How EFF Is Using VR to Take on Big Brother

The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Spot the Surveillance project is a virtual reality (VR) experience that teaches people how to identify the various spying technologies that police may deploy in communities, including body cameras, license plate readers, and drones. EFF’s Laura Schatzkin and Dave Maass will discuss EFF’s work, the concepts...

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