How to organize a privacy advocacy event: Real cases histories, do's and don't

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Session Description

"Progetto Winston Smith" organize the" e-privacy" congress (http://e-privacy.winstonsmith.org/) since 2002, for a total of eighteen editions. The event is focused on privacy, transparency and digital civil rights advocacy, from both technical and legal POV. During fourteen years the e-privacy organizers accumulate experience on what, where and who make a certain event a success or a failure; sharing it with others should be valuable ad is the target of this session. Sharing a deep knowledge (as participants) of other events of the Italian scene, like "Hackmeeting" (http://www.hackmeeting.org/) and the "International Journalism Festival" (http://www.journalismfestival.com/), with lectures and panels about the same themes can be valuable. During the session the same info ad experiences from other countries event organizers and advocates should be shared . An ideal track should include 2-3 experiences (best in different counties) of about 10-15 minutes, with a 15 minutes Q&A at the end.

How to organize a privacy advocacy event: Real cases histories, do's and don't
Presenter/s Marco A. Calamari
Organization Progetto Winston Smith
Bio/s Marco Calamari is a nuclear engineer, sometimes known as Cassandra. He works as a legacy code archeologist in a big multinational company, but is passionate about privacy & cryptography on Internet, and volunteers and evangelize for some FOSS software projects like Freenet, Mixmaster, Mixminion, Tor & GlobaLeaks. Founder of Progetto Winston Smith (http://pws.winstonsmith.org/index-e.html) and co-founder of the Hermes Center for Transparency and Digital Human Rights (http://logioshermes.org/), he currently write about Matrix issues both in ICT and generalist newspapers and magazines. He is columnist at Punto Informatico where he writes the Cassandra Crossing (http://punto-informatico.it/cerca.aspx?s=cassandra%20calamari&t=4) weekly column.
Language English and/or Italian
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