[community] Tor talk at Open Data Camp Bangalore
alison at libraryfreedomproject.org
Wed Apr 26 22:15:00 UTC 2017
>> I will be giving a Tor talk at the Open Data Camp at Google India in
>> Bangalore, on 22 April. You can find more details here:
>> (The page should be updated shortly.)
>> There are also plans for a CryptoParty on Friday; I will update when I have
>> more information.
>> If anyone has worked with open data or given talks at related events, I am
>> looking for suggestions on how we can interleave it with privacy and anonymity
>> and therefore, Tor.
> The talk (presentation) is available at:
> (Happy to share the TeX file and the SVG files in case you are interested.)
> I also gave a demo where I showed a simple Python script fetching a web page
> with/without using Tor (the audience was fairly technical) so that people
> working on open data could use Tor to collect data without revealing their
> location or identity. There was a lot of discussion on Tor and privacy in
> general and I was surprised to see that the majority of people in the audience
> had used/were using Tor. Overall, the event went great though I wish we had
> more time for a practical hands-on workshop. Maybe next time!
Sukhbir, this is awesome! Can I add your presentation to the
tor-teachers wiki? I'm glad this went well!
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