London

Who Targets You?

DateTimeLocation
Tuesday 26th March 2019JuJu's Bar and Stage, 15 Hanbury St, London, E1 6QRFREE

CryptoParty London is always free and always open to everyone.

CryptoCocktails are abundant, local beers on tap, and food is available from Chunky Buddha.

Thanks to: Big Brother Watch + Juju's Bar and Stage.

Psst… March 2019 marks the the 20th Anniversary of the release of The Matrix film

Red Pill: A life of harsh knowledge, desperate freedom, and the brutal truths of reality

Blue Pill: A life of luxurious security, tranquil happiness, and the blissful ignorance of illusion

After this, there is no turning back…

6.30pm: Who Targets You? Panel + Q&A

A year after the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal, CryptoPartyLDN @CryptoPartyLDN brings together a panel of experts to discuss the evolving risks to data and democracy online.

Do you know when you're being politically manipulated? What's changed in the past year - and what more needs to change? Is democracy being diversified or damaged by social media? Is it time to ban micro-targeted ads online?

Silkie Carlo, Director of Big Brother Watch (Chair)

Sam Jeffers, co-founder of Who Targets Me? plug-in

Frederike Kaltheuner, Data Exploitation Programme Lead at Privacy International

Ravi Naik, solicitor at ITN, bringing a claim against Cambridge Analytica

Miranda Hall, Researcher at New Economics Foundation

Nigel Gwilliam, Director of Media Affairs at IPA (Institute of Practitioners in Advertising)

7.30pm: Don't Target Me: Privacy Workshops

Trainer Workshop
Sam JeffersWho Targets Me? plug-inWho Targets Me? is a plug-in for your web browser that monitors how you're being targeted with political ads on social media. In this workshop, the founder himself will explain what the software is, how it works, the data it collects, and why and how to use it.
Frederike KaltheunerData exploitation self-defenceData exploitation expert Frederike will guide you through some simple strategies to protect your data from data guzzlers online.

Plus

Facilitator Activity Description
Experts wearing badges Digital Privacy CryptoBar one to one privacy / security / anonymity advice
@spyblog Anonymity SwapShop bring along spare social media accounts, SIM Cards, burner phones, Oyster Travel Cards etc. to swap or barter with other people, to help break the financial and CCTV purchase trails, to help Compartment your private and public digital personas (Red Pill)
Everyone Verify your secure communications face to face contacts - GPG public key swaps (or even key signing), verify Signal Messenger Security Numbers, create and swap pre-shared secrets, arrange private meetings, set up dead drop signals and locations (Blue Pill)
Jujus Bar Staff Cocktails CryptoParty themed Cocktails (£) (Blue Pill)

8:30 pm til late: MUSIC

About

Why CryptoParty?

Privacy is the space in which ideas are developed, to retreat into whenever you want. This space is not only physical but digital as well. Governments and companies don't want to respect that so we become active ourselves.

What is a CryptoParty?

CryptoParties are free and open for everyone, but especially those without prior knowledge, who haven't yet attended one.

CryptoParty is a decentralized movement with events happening all over the world. The goal is to pass on knowledge about protecting yourself in the digital space. This can include encrypted communication, preventing being tracked while browsing the web and general security advice for computers and smartphones.

To try the programs and apps at the CryptoParty bring your laptop or smartphone.

Booklet and Posters

You can download our introductory booklet and poster artwork from https://gitlab.com/cryptopartyldn

CryptoPartyLDN the definitive(?!) guide (.pdf)

Past events

DateTitleVideoSlides
21 February 2019ÆNIGMA
29 January 2019Digital Detox
18 December 2018Merry Cryptmas
20 November 2018Privacy 2028 (at FreeWord)Video
19 October 2018The Truth Is Out There (at the Logan Symposium)Video
25 September 2018One Year of CryptoPartyLDN
16 July 2018Recognition!
19 June 2018Password not allowedVideo
1 May 2018People of the world, encrypt!
29 March 2018You won't believe what happens next
20 February 2018Crypto means CryptoPartyVideo
25 January 2018Seize the means of encryption
18 December 2017
10 November 2017More CryptoParty than ever (at the Glass Room)
16 October 2017
11 September 2017

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