PirateCon 2013, our 2nd annual conference, will be June 29th at the Community Church of Boston at 565 Boylston St in Boston. The closest MBTA stop is Copley on the Green Line.
Registration is $10 and is on-line. We are working on providing free wifi at the conference.
The following speakers have agreed to attend:
- Gregg Housh, Internet Activist associated with Anonymous;
- David House, digital rights activist and founder of the Bradley Manning Support Network;
- Alex Marthews of Campaign for Digital Fourth Amendment Rights;
- Rich Aucoin of the Massachusetts Branch of People against the NDAA</>;
- Crowdfunding panel: Peter Dilworth of Wobbleworks, Jordyn Bonds and others;
- Open Government panel: Representative of MuckRock, Shauna Gordon-McKeon organizer of the Open Government Boston group, Steve Buckley and others.
We continue to look for other speakers, so please send your suggestions to us at email@example.com.
We will start the conference with a keynote speaker at 10am and then have have about five hour long panels/talks. There will be an hour for folks to have lunch and networking.
We will post slide decks for the talks as they become available.
We will post videos of the talks after the conference.
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