Technoactivism Mondays

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'''Hashtag: #TA3M'''
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Techno-Activism Third Mondays is an informal meetup designed to connect techno-activists and hacktivists in the Bay area who work on or with circumvention tools, and are interested in anti-censorship and anti-surveillance tech. Goals include:
 
Techno-Activism Third Mondays is an informal meetup designed to connect techno-activists and hacktivists in the Bay area who work on or with circumvention tools, and are interested in anti-censorship and anti-surveillance tech. Goals include:
  
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If you have ideas for workshops or talks, please ping willow@gwob.org
 
If you have ideas for workshops or talks, please ping willow@gwob.org
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If you're interested in attending, come along or mail willow@gwob.org or danny@spesh.com for more info.
 
If you're interested in attending, come along or mail willow@gwob.org or danny@spesh.com for more info.
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''Most of the ongoing documentation will live on the [http://wiki.openitp.org/events:techno-activism_3rd_mondays:san_francisco_jan_21_2013|OpenITP wiki]''

Revision as of 12:56, 20 December 2012

Hashtag: #TA3M

Techno-Activism Third Mondays is an informal meetup designed to connect techno-activists and hacktivists in the Bay area who work on or with circumvention tools, and are interested in anti-censorship and anti-surveillance tech. Goals include:

  • Networking opportunities for people in the techno-activism and circumvention tools communities.
  • Provide individuals with space for collaborative problem solving, to meet new friends, and recruit for projects.
  • Introduce newbies into the community so as to diversify the circumvention tech community.

We meet at 7PM at Noisebridge on the third monday of every month. Next event is 2013-01-21, where we'll be talking about Freedom of Information Act requests.

We're the cousin meet up to the New York event held by OpenITP.

If you have ideas for workshops or talks, please ping willow@gwob.org

If you're interested in attending, come along or mail willow@gwob.org or danny@spesh.com for more info.

Most of the ongoing documentation will live on the wiki

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