Code for DC CryptoParty Agenda | January 29, 2019
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Code for DC CryptoParty Ethos
Privacy is a fundamental human right. It is recognized in many countries to be as central to individual human dignity and social values as Freedom of Association and Freedom of Speech. Privacy is where we draw the line on how far a society can intrude into our personal lives. It is user-defined and varies between individuals. You are the steward of your identity. You are the only person who has the right to disclose your personal story.
We’ll discuss on how not to be a part of the mass surveillance, targeted marketing campaigns, being a product instead of a user.
Takeout from today’s session:
- Increased awareness of how tech companies can track you.
- How can you avoid that.
- Stomach full of pizza.
WHAT OTHER PEOPLE CAN FIND OUT ABOUT YOU
WHAT GOOGLE KNOWS ABOUT YOU
WHAT FACEBOOK KNOWS ABOUT YOU
Copy/Paste this link in your browser. Put your username at
If Google and Facebook know something about you, their business partners know it as well. “Only me” option in post settings is actually “Only me, Facebook and all their business partners”
- Tracking...so what? 7 things we know you're going to say
- Data harvesting
- Invisible Infrastructures : Online Trackers
- Invisible Infrastructures : Mobile permissions
- Totally spooky real life case of online stalking
- Do loyalty cards compromise your security?
- Me and my shadow
Want to lead a CryptoParty?
Is there a topic in digital security you're particularly interested in? Leading a CryptoParty is a great way to learn more about emerging cryptographic and security concepts. We are looking for folks with all kinds of backgrounds and interests to share their knowledge and interest. Talk to
@Ed O. on Slack if you're interested!