Griffin Boyce is a technologist and frequent volunteer for anticensorship projects. As part of the Open Technology Institute, he hacks on Commotion wireless networks and makes routers do terrible things. Evil things. He is an active Cryptocat developer, and also works to address issues with Tor bridge consumption with the Cupcake Bridge project. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, Mashable, CNET, and others. His past research has focused on communication, privacy, and transgender health. Previously, he's presented at HOPE Number Nine, OHM, and Arse Elektronika.