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Code for DC CryptoParty Agenda | April 2nd, 2019

Crossing the border with data

Bring your phone, tablet, computer, or pen/paper to follow along!

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.

Remember to join #cryptoparty on Code for DC's Slack. If you plan on eating pizza 🍕, remember to RSVP on meetup.

Today's Session

Traveling with data

The EFF has a lot of great guides on how to keep yourself and your data safe - today we are going look at their guide about protecting data when crossing borders.

We'll take a look at the advice they give and talk about risks of crossing a border with data and how to potentially handle it.

Takeaway from today’s session:

  1. Things to be aware of when crossing the US border.
  2. Risk assesment and Encryption.
  3. Issues that might come up at a border.
  4. Stomach full of pizza.

Things to Consider When Crossing the U.S. Border
Digital Privacy at the U.S. Border: Protecting the Data On Your Devices

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 @csethna or @Ed O. on Slack if you're interested!

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