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Speaking Engagements

2017

2016

2014

  • 09 February, Privacy SOS CryptoParty at NorthEastern University, Boston, MA. Keynote on Internet Freedom.
  • 01 March, Countersurveillance DiscoTech, MIT, Cambridge, MA. Panelist on Online Privacy.
  • 04 March, Boston Network Users Group Meeting, Microsoft, Burlington, MA. Keynote on Internet Freedom and Privacy.
  • 01-04 April, Civil Rights Defenders, Defender’s Days, Stockholm, Sweden. Panelist on Internet Privacy and Freedom. Speech on Tor and Internet Safety.
  • 27-29 May, Stockholm Internet Forum, Stockholm, Sweden. Speech on Tor and Internet Freedom.
  • 21-23 October, Broadband World Forum, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Keynote on Internet Freedom and Encryption.
  • October, European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), Lisbon, Portugal. Keynote on the DarkNet.

2013

  • 26-27 April, New England Give Camp, Waltham, MA. Topic: Tor and Online Safety.
  • 01 May, Meeting the Needs of Child Trafficking Survivors, The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in partnership with ACCT & Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women, Baltimore, MD. Invited remarks on the Internet and Child Trafficking.
  • 09-10 October, SECURE Poland, Warsaw, Poland. Keynote Speech on Tor, Internet Freedom and Privacy.

2012

  • 02 February, Consent of the Networked, MIT, Cambridge, MA. Panelist on Commercialization of the Internet and Human Rights.
  • 05 February, BBC Radio 5 Investigates, London, UK. Invited speaker/panelist about the Darknet.
  • 19 March, IEEE Boston Chapter, Lincoln, MA. Invited speaker on Internet Freedom, Tor, Encryption, and The Future of the Internet.
  • 24-25 March, LibrePlanet 2012, Boston, MA. Topic: Internet Freedom and You.
  • 28 March, 101 Photos for Press Freedom: 25th Anniversary of Reporters without Borders, Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. Invited remarks about press freedom and the Internet.
  • 18 April, Stockholm Internet Forum, Stockholm, Sweden. Panelist on the Internet and Arab Spring. Speech about Tor, Freedom, and the Future.
  • 11-12 June, Personal Democracy Forum, New York City, NY. Topic: Peer-to-Peer, both online and off. Panelist on Surveillance and Activism.
  • 17-19 June, Knight Civic Media Conference, MIT, Cambridge, MA. Topic: Tor and Civic Media.
  • 05-06 July, Florence Hackfest, University of Florence, Florence, Italy. Speeches on Tor for research, activism, and online safety.

2011

  • 15 January, Tor/MIT Hackfest, Cambridge, MA. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  • 19 February, Tor/MIT Hackfest, Cambridge, MA. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  • 24 February, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  • 01 March, Democracy, Dissent, and Digital Media in the Arab World, Center for International Media Assistance, Washington, DC. Speech on Tor for Human Rights and Internet Freedom. Two panels.
  • 07 March, London Internet Security & Privacy Workshop, School of Oriental and Asian Studies, University College of London, London, UK. 2 speeches, Introduction to Tor, Tor for Freedom.
  • 19 March, LibrePlanet 2011, Boston, MA. Topic: Tor for Freedom and Privacy Online.
  • 20 April, Internet, Dissent and Authoritarianism: Control and Resistance in an Era of Social Media, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden. Keynote: Tor and the Arab Spring.
  • 02 May, World Press Freedom Day, Newseum, Washington, DC. Recorded by CNN/MSNBC. Panelist on Internet Freedom, Censorship, and the Future of the Internet.
  • 11 May, International Modern Media Institute, Reykjavik, Iceland. Topic: Internet Freedom, Censorship, and You.
  • 12 May, Lögreglan (National Police of Iceland), Reykjavik, Iceland. Topic: Tor for Law Enforcement and CyberSecurity.
  • 12 May, Beer and Crypto, Hakkavélin, Reykjavik, Iceland. Topic: Tor for your freedom online.
  • 14 May, Stockholm Hackfest, .SE, Stockholm, Sweden. Topic: Human Rights, Internet Freedom, and You.
  • 16 May, University College of London, London, UK. Topic: Internet Freedom and Your Research.
  • 23-26 May, Allied Media Conference, Detroit, MI. Topic: Tor, Organization, and Action.
  • 08 August, National Network to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference, Washington, DC. Topic: Technology and Internet Safety.
  • 25-26 October, Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA. Panelist on Internet Freedom and Access.
  • 28-29 November, Internet Privacy at International Institute of Communications, Toronto, CA. Panelist on Internet Freedom and Privacy.

2010

  • 04-05 February, EDRI: Capacity Building Event, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium. Topic: Online censorship, freedom, and access.
  • 06 February, FOSDEM, Brussels, Belgium. Topic: Tor: Building, Growing, and Extending Online Anonymity.
  • 19-21 March, LibrePlanet 2010, Boston, MA. Topic: Keynote on Freedom, Privacy, and the Internet.
  • 08 June, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and research.
  • 22-26 June, US Social Forum 2010, Philadelphia, PA. Topic: Introduction to Tor for freedom, privacy, and human rights.
  • 02-05 August, International Conference on Cyber Security - Fordham University, NYC, NY. Topic: Tor for Law Enforcement and CyberSecurity.
  • 12-15 October, ITSG - FBI, Denver, CO. Topic: Tor for Law Enforcement and CyberSecurity.

2009

  • 21-22 February, Mobile 4 Change Barcamp, New York City, NY. Topic: Introduction to Tor
  • 21-22 March, LibrePlanet 2009, Boston. MA Topic: Introduction to Tor
  • 25 April, Boston Barcamp, Boston, MA. Topic: Introduction to Tor
  • 04-05 May, International Conference on “The Soul of the New Machine: Human Rights, Technology & New Media”, UC Berkeley, CA. Topic: Tor for Human Rights and Internet Freedom.
  • 01-04 June, Computers, Freedom, Privacy, Washington, DC. Topic: Update on Tor Project
  • 07 July, Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA), Panelist about Arab Spring events (Live broadcast CNN, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, Xinhua), Washington, DC. Topic: Tor’s Involvement with Arab Spring.
  • 15 July, WebInno, Boston, MA. Topic: Tor: What, Why, How?
  • 03-07 October, SIM Initiative 2020 Vision: Setting a Long-Term Agenda for Global Media Development, Salzburg Global, Salzburg, Austria. Topic: Tor for Human Rights and Internet Freedom.
  • 26-27 October, Access and Privacy Workshop (Broadcast by Canadian Broadcasting Corp), Ottawa, Canada. Topic: Tor, Intellectual Property, and Peer-to-Peer Networks
  • 02-05 November, CASCON, Ottawa, Canada. Topic: Tor for Research, Freedom, and Privacy.
  • 06-11 November, Blogfest Asia, Hong Kong S.A.R. Topic: Tor: What, Why, How?