[ILUG-BOM] Digital Security workshop with Tor Project in IITB on 22nd

Ashish ashish1099 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 12:21:01 IST 2019

I would love to attend this

How long will be the session.

> On 19-Feb-2019, at 9:18 AM, Kushal Das <kushaldas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Digital Security Workshop with Tor Project
> Surfing the web can be risky: corporations and governments are tracking
> what you do online. But, using Tor you can avoid censorship and online
> surveillance. In this activity, you will learn what the Tor network is,
> what’s the onion routing and how it’s different from a VPN, how to
> install Tor browser and other digital secure tools. If you already use
> Tor, we’re excited to learn about your experience using it, teaching and
> talking about Tor.
> In this workshop you will also learn about the Global South Initiative and
> how you can collaborate with Tor Project. We would
> like to collect UX feedback and to do UX testing with the group.
> There will be another talk about SecureDrop project.
> The Tor Project is a nonprofit organization based on Seattle, United
> States, that advances human rights and freedoms by creating and
> deploying free and open source anonymity and privacy technologies.
> https://torproject.org
> SecureDrop is an open source whistleblower submission system that media
> organizations and NGOs can install to securely accept documents from anonymous
> sources. It was originally created by the late Aaron Swartz and is now managed
> by Freedom of the Press Foundation.
> Speakers:
> * Gustavo Gus - works at The Tor Project as Community Liaison in Global
> South. Currently based on Brazil, where he helps to organize CryptoRave,
> a massive 24hours cryptoparty in São Paulo, Brazil.
> * Pili Guerra - works at The Tor Project as Project Manager for UX,
> Community and Tor Browser teams. Based on Spain, she works with free
> software and IT management.
> * Kushal Das - CPython core developer and SecureDrop maintainer, works
> at Freedom of the Press Foundation. In The Tor Project, Kushal is part
> of community team.
> Location: IITB, Time: 10AM.
> Kushal
> -- 
> Staff, Freedom of the Press Foundation
> CPython Core Developer
> Director, Python Software Foundation
> https://kushaldas.in
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Ashish Jaiswal

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