[tor-dev] OTRv4 summit at PETS2019

Pili Guerra pili at torproject.org
Mon Jun 17 08:23:41 UTC 2019

Hi Sofia,

Thanks for sharing!

If it’s ok with you I can forward this to the tor-meeting mailing list for people attending the Tor Meeting in Stockholm as this may be of interest to them also. Unfortunately I will be leaving on the 15th and will be unable to attend.


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> On 12 Jun 2019, at 14:39, Sofia Celi <sofia at autonomia.digital> wrote:
> Hi, Tor people!
> My name is Sofía and I'm the person leading the OTRv4 initiative. I don't know
> if this is the best place to send this, so if it is not, let me know ;)
> As part of the work on creating the version 4 of the OTR (Off-the-Record)
> messaging protocol, we are running a summit in Stockholm, Sweden, the 15 of
> July, in the morning.
> This summit runs in parallel with the Privacy Enhancing Technology Symposium
> 2019 (PETS2019, https://petsymposium.org/2019/index.php). It will be a summit
> around the work done in the field of secure messaging, deniability and privacy
> on July 15 on the morning (that is, the day before the start of PETS 2019). It
> will be held at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). You can find it on the
> official PETS2019 programm: https://petsymposium.org/2019/program.php and on the
> official otr website: http://otr.im/
> The OTRv4 summit will feature a mix of a discussions, short talks and
> presentations which aim to highlight the importance of privacy, security and
> deniability in a secure messaging setting to researchers, students, activists
> and developers. The final schedule for the event will be announced closer to the
> event. The workshop will start at 9 am and end at 12.30 pm.
> As one of our developers and my current partner, Ola Bini, has been detained
> in Ecuador with no actual evidence, we will also talk about this. You can read
> about this in the latest EFF statement:
> https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2019/06/eff-ohchr-iachr-cybercrime-law-interconnected-human-rights
> We will like that you join us there... so let us know if you can!
> Thank you!
> The OTRv4 team
> --
> Sofía Celi
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> Cryptographic research and implementation at CAD: https://autonomia.digital/
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