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 The AKA is the red and black house on Queen at Wellington ([[http://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=44.23255&mlon=-76.48240#map=19/44.23255/-76.48240|View on OpenStreetMap]]) The AKA is the red and black house on Queen at Wellington ([[http://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=44.23255&mlon=-76.48240#map=19/44.23255/-76.48240|View on OpenStreetMap]])
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 +== Topics ==
 +
 +  * C-51
 +  * Threat modeling
 +  * Privacy vs Anonymity
 +  * HTTPS / TLS
 +  * Blocking online ad-trackers
 +  * Tor -- online anonymity
 +  * Tails -- anonymous temporary operating system
 +  * OTR -- encrypted chats
 +  * GPG -- encrypted email
 +  * Signal -- encrypted messaging / calls (mobile)
 +  * Location tracking -- how it happens and what you can do
 +
 +== Extra Credit ==
 +
 +  * RSVP to the event (or just show up!)
 +  * Bring your laptop or mobile phone
 +  * Bring a USB drive (at least 4GB) so you can leave with TAILS
 +
 +check out these links:
 +
 +  * [[http://www.thoughtcrime.org/blog/we-should-all-have-something-to-hide/|Moxie Marlinspike: "We should all have something to hide"]]
 +  * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=145&v=ZOAM_6ZmAWc|Why should you care about privacy, even if you have "nothing to hide"?]] [5 mins]
 +  * [[https://www.aclu.org/blog/cell-phone-records-can-show-where-you-sleep-and-where-you-pray|Cell Phone Records Can Show Where You Sleep and Where You Pray]] -- ACLU blog post
 +  * [[http://www.humorlessqueers.com/about/|Humorless Queers]] -- monthly podcast on Wall Street and Surveillance
 +  * [[https://privacysos.org/technologies_of_control|TECHNOLOGIES OF CONTROL]] -- lots of information about surveillance technology (in the USA)
 +  * [[https://vimeo.com/115536167|31C3 CryptoParty intro video]] [9 mins]
 +  * [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBgZyV4iltw|Let's talk about sex baby, let's talk about PGP]] [57 mins] -- Jillian York and Jacob Applebaum on a harm-reduction approach to privacy, from re:publica 2014
  
 ==== About ==== ==== About ====
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 There are no dumb questions: you do not need to know anything about this subject, nor do you even need to bring a computer or phone, though that will help you get the most of it. There are no dumb questions: you do not need to know anything about this subject, nor do you even need to bring a computer or phone, though that will help you get the most of it.
 +
 +==== Code of Conduct ====
 +
 + A code of conduct applies wherever we gather to talk about cryptography. This is true both in person and online.
 +
 +  *   We want to be inclusive; do not engage in homophobic, racist, transphobic, ableist, sexist, or otherwise exclusionary behavior. Don’t make exclusionary jokes. Don’t even make them "ironically".
 +  *   Don’t harass people. Unconsented physical contact or sexual attention is harrassment. Dressing or acting in a certain way is not consent.
 +  *    Aggression and elitism are unwelcome here — cryptoparties are not a competition.
 +  *    We’d rather you ask about gender than assume, and if you get it wrong, apologise, and use what they prefer.
 +  *    We think feminism is a good thing. Discussion of how to make cryptoparties more inclusive is welcome. Claims that this "has gone too far" aren’t.
 +
 +(Adapted from [[http://computeranonymous.org/#rules]])