[tor-project] Tor at RightsCon

Griffin Boyce griffin at cryptolab.net
Tue Mar 27 04:45:55 UTC 2018

I would reach out to Rian Wanstreet and ask. This is one of those things where I'm sure they'd say yes for Tor, even if they are trying to have some kind of rotation going for the booth area overall. (rian at accessnow.org)

On March 27, 2018 12:12:45 AM EDT, Roger Dingledine <arma at mit.edu> wrote:
>On Sun, Mar 25, 2018 at 05:26:14PM -0400, Sukhbir Singh wrote:
>> Is anyone from the community planning to attend RightsCon in Toronto
>> 16-18? I was wondering if it is possible to have some sort of an
>> booth there for Tor (the RightsCon website doesn't mention anything
>in the
>> program), and if yes, then we should plan that together. Does anyone
>have more
>> information about how this works?
>This looks like the right URL:
>It looks like they have non-paid community / NGO booths, but there's
>a tiny sentence in there that implies the non-paid booths are a "four
>hour slot".
>So, I am a fan of the booth idea, especially if we can swing a
>where we have a booth long enough for people to get used to the idea
>that they can come find us there. :)
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