Come learn how to encrypt your email and files, browse the internet anonymously, use secure chat systems, and more. This event is free and open to the public, and we especially encourage journalists, lawyers, and law students to attend.
WHERE: Northeastern Law School, Dockser Hall, Room 230 and the Moot Court Room (map)
WHEN: Sunday, February 9, 12-6 PM
WHO: Co-sponsored by the ACLU of Massachusetts, National Lawyers Guild–Northeastern University School of Law Chapter, the Massachusetts Pirate Party, the Tor Project, Free Software Foundation, Digital Fourth, and Restore the Fourth Boston
12 PM – Why Encrypt? Talk, discussion, and free lunch!
1:15 – Room 1 – GnuPG | Room 2 – Tor on Raspberry Pi
2:30 – Room 1 – Free Software | Room 2 – File encryption
3:45 – Room 1 – Using Jitsi | Room 2 – Tor on Raspberry Pi
5:00 – Room 1 – GnuPG | Room 2 – Enigmabox
- Free Software presentation, handout
- Disk Encryption and OTR
You need to post if this is still happening, as there is a snow storm scheduled for Sunday. Thanks.
The current forecast is for snow showers. At this point there are no plans to cancel the event. The Northeastern Law School is next to the Green line so taking the T may be a good idea.