HackersNextDoor 2019 Dec. 14, 2019 to Dec. 15, 2019, New York City, United States

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Anti-Racist Technoculture for Racial Equity Ari Melenciano Examine how historical systematic racist practices have replicated themselves into present-day algorithms.In what ways has ...
From Pinkertons to Palantir: History and Political Economy of Police Surveillance Abi Hassen The recent onslaught of tech driven surveillance might seem like a new phenomenon but it ...
Tracing Neighborhoods in the Sky: New York City’s pirates of the airwaves David Cintronics David Goren explores the world of pirate radio in New York City past and present ...
Is it Facial or is it Racial? The Threat of Face Recognition Technology in NYC Housing Tasliym Francis , Tranae Patel The Atlantic Plaza Towers Tenants Association has come together to speak out against proposals for ...
Surveillance and the City: New York’s Spy State Esq. , Albert Fox Cahn Wondering if the new year will look like 1984, join the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project ...
Mobile security checklist for movement makers Olivia Martin Members of movements use their phones to document abuses and triumphs, communicate with collaborators, and ...
No New Jails: Overview of Abolitionist Work and its Roots in Older Struggles Nabil Hassein Organizers with the No New Jails NYC campaign will present an overview of the past ...
Taking Back the Internet with Tor Isabela Bagueros Tracking, surveillance, and censorship are widespread online, but Tor tools, including Tor Browser and onion ...
Whose AIs Are On Your Data?: How Web De-Centralization May Be the Civil Rights Battle of Our Time Davi Ottenheimer Inrupt co-founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s new initiative, Solid, promises to give control of data back ...
Network the Revolution: Building Alternative Internets Red Clover Because hardware has never before been both so powerful and so affordable, a new era ...