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February 2020 DEFCON 201 Meet Up!

Join EFF Associate Director of Community Organizing, nash, and Electronic Frontier Alliance group DEF CON 201 for a social, minimally-intimidating, dig into Software Defined Radio, or build some hardware projects and plan for an eventful PAX East in Boston.

Blockchain Adoption - Tech, Enterprise (Cannabis), Policy & Regulation

This event aims to explore the possibilities of the blockchain from all sides - technological, business, and the regulatory landscape. We will feature advantages and use cases of blockchain technology, how the cannabis industry is utilizing these technologies, and learn about related policies with talks from industry veterans, including EFF...

SecuriTEA Time: FeministCyberSelfDefense

SecuriTEA Time: FeministCyberSelfDefense From the Organizers:“'Caring for myself is not an indulgence, it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare.'” - Audre LordeThe holistic approach to security integrates self-care, well-being, digital security, and information security into traditional security management practices."Our digital lives may not be as...

The Future of the Internet: Protocols vs. Platforms

The early Internet evolved around many different protocols. Email utilized Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), Post Office Protocol (POP), and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP); The web was accessed using Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP), with data sent over Transmission Control Protocol and the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP); and you could...

The Digital Agenda in Europe (Copenhagen)

EFF's Jillian C. York will join journalist Emma Holten and activist Henrik Chulu for a discussion about digital platforms and the European digital agenda at the invitation of Danish MEP Karen Melchior.

In Foreshadowing Cryptocurrency Regulations, U.S. Treasury Secretary Prioritizes Law Enforcement Concerns

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin foreshadowed the Trump administration’s plans for greater surveillance of cryptocurrency users during his testimony before the Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday. He noted that cryptocurrency was a “crucial area” for the Treasury Department to examine, and said: We are working with FinCEN and...

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