March 29, 2013 | By Adi Kamdar

Come to the 2013 National Conference for Media Reform

From April 5-7, EFF will be at the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver, Colorado—and we hope to see you there. Hosted by our friends at Free Press, the conference brings together innovators, journalists, activists, artists and more to celebrate the media's greatest advances and solve its biggest problems.

Here's how you can catch us:

    • On Friday at 11:45 am, activist Adi Kamdar will deliver a Soapbox Session about the Open Wireless Movement. Watch him tout the many privacy, efficiency, and access benefits of shared wireless networks in fifteen minutes!
    • On Saturday at 9:00 am, Activism Director Rainey Reitman will be on a panel with a number of privacy experts called "This Conversation is Being Recorded." Why is privacy so important in the digital age? And what are things the government and companies are doing to slowly erode it?

The conference has a slew of excellent speakers (and great afterparties), and it promises to be an amazing time. Registration ends soon, so be sure to sign up today! You can receive a 10% discount on registration using this special EFF code: EFF_NCMR


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