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Mark the Date for PrivacyCampTO

privacycampto

Privacy for everyone!

PrivacyCampTO will convene 60 participants from all walks of life, including educators, techies, policymakers, students, academics, librarians, and casual users to talk about privacy issues and solutions in the age of social media ubiquity. We will look at privacy issues relating to everyday users and everyday situations both practically and theoretically. In other words, privacy for everyone. So, come to discuss privacy policy, learn how to protect yourself on Facebook or share your online privacy experiences (positive or negative).


WHEN:
June 19, 2010 at 9PM

WHERE: Ryerson University
80 Gould Street, 3rd Floor
Toronto, ON

We’re aiming to have a friendly, informal and accessible event. Everyone is invited to participate or present and we encourage those presenting to do a more informal led-conversation or speed geek in lieu of a PowerPoint. Bonus: All attendees get free breakfast, lunch and beer (at the hacklab.to after party!)

REGISTER: privacycampto.eventbrite.org
CONTACT Kate Raynes-Goldie (CFC Media Lab Guest Faculty): kate@atmosphereindustries.com
Interested in presenting/leading a conversation? Add your topic here: barcamp.org/PrivacyCampTOTopics
MORE INFO: privacycampto.org / @privacycampto


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