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Tangible ways to protect yourself from surveillance, to retain control over your own data and to use computers and the Internet in a self-determined fashion will be presented by several international experts and can be tried out afterward:
Micah Lee: Onion Share is an open source tool designed to let users securely and anonymously share files of any size. Its software utilizes the Tor network.
Bill Budington: SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblowersubmission system managed by the Freedom of the Press Foundation. It allows journalists to securely accept documents from anonymous sources
Jan Suhr: The CryptoStick is a USB flash drive with an integrated circuit card that enables highly secure encryption of e-mails and data, network user authentication and access control.
Markus Sabadello: A FreedomBox is a small personal server which represents an alternative model to centralized Internet services, such as Facebook and Google.
Cryptoparty Graz: Do you want to learn about secure online communication without missing out on the party? That is what Cryptoparties are all about! On the first Monday of each month at Spectral in Graz.
Tsvetan Usunov: Olinuxino is an open-source project in regards to software as well as hardware. All CAD files and sources are freely accessible to allow anyone to reproduce the device. No restrictions.
Nadim Kobeissi: The winner of the International Elevate Award 2014 presents Cryptocat and gives insight into other current projects.
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