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  1. Applying Internet Freedom values to creative thinking‏‎ (6 categories)
  2. User Experience Clinic‏‎ (6 categories)
  3. Imagine, Create, Be. Gender and Technologies Workshop.‏‎ (6 categories)
  4. Panic button apps & the thin line between online & offline security for journalists and HR defenders‏‎ (6 categories)
  5. How to work with a graphic designer: a guide for activists and civil society organizations‏‎ (6 categories)
  6. Digital Security for Journalists: Needs in the Field‏‎ (6 categories)
  7. State of Surveillance: Mexico‏‎ (6 categories)
  8. Economic Cultural and Social rights & the internet: the battle in the struggle for human rights‏‎ (6 categories)
  9. Optimization of resources for political elections‏‎ (6 categories)
  10. Ally Skills Workshop‏‎ (6 categories)
  11. FOSS or FOSSIL: How can we ensure the sustainability of open source products?‏‎ (6 categories)
  12. Getting gender inclusive from the ground to the cloud‏‎ (6 categories)
  13. Organizational Security: Long-term engagements Do’s and Don’ts‏‎ (6 categories)
  14. Regional solutions to local issues‏‎ (6 categories)
  15. Digital security guides for the Latin American society‏‎ (6 categories)
  16. Mapping political innovation in Latin America‏‎ (6 categories)
  17. Build Usable Tools (2017)‏‎ (6 categories)
  18. Usable and Accessible Security -- lessons learned by engaging with users‏‎ (5 categories)
  19. From Ad Hoc to Prepared - Developing an Anti Online Harassment Infrastructure‏‎ (5 categories)
  20. Vietnam's Challenges and Opportunities: An AMA with Vietnamese activists‏‎ (5 categories)
  21. What Should I Be Worried About?: Explaining information privacy and security concerns to students, researchers, and university faculty‏‎ (5 categories)
  22. How activists, western media, and USBs and SD cards are revolutionizing North Korean society.‏‎ (5 categories)
  23. Workshopping the KeepitOn Advocacy Toolkit: enhancing ways for stakeholders to fight shutdowns around the world‏‎ (5 categories)
  24. IWMF & CPJ Roundtable on the Digital Harassment of Female Journalists‏‎ (5 categories)
  25. LGBTQI Centered Workshops: Lessons from Participants and Trainers‏‎ (5 categories)
  26. Mass Surveillance in India‏‎ (5 categories)
  27. Online platforms as key players in political debate: power without responsibility?‏‎ (5 categories)
  28. Outcome Mapping Organisational Security‏‎ (5 categories)
  29. Post-Truth Censorship: New Techniques for Realtime Shutdown Detection‏‎ (5 categories)
  30. Building Community Resources for Censorship Measurement Research‏‎ (5 categories)
  31. Bursting the EU bubble: What you can do to save the link!‏‎ (5 categories)
  32. Chatbots for journalists and news media‏‎ (5 categories)
  33. Secure communication and information management in rural areas‏‎ (5 categories)
  34. Consent experience design workshop‏‎ (5 categories)
  35. Setting up Whistleblowing Activism Initiatives with GlobaLeaks‏‎ (5 categories)
  36. Creating Apps for Political Expression‏‎ (5 categories)
  37. Data Exploration Hackathon: Visualizing the Relationship between Rule of Law and Digital Rights in MENA and Beyond‏‎ (5 categories)
  38. Taking Matters into Our Hands: Addressing Online Harassment‏‎ (5 categories)
  39. Documentation Workflows for Digital Security Education and Rapid Response‏‎ (5 categories)
  40. Entre la espada y la balanza: el incumplimiento de estándares internacionales sobre el derecho a la privacidad en América Latina‏‎ (5 categories)
  41. Facebook Tunnel: a tale of restricted Internet access‏‎ (5 categories)
  42. Hakuna Metadata‏‎ (5 categories)
  43. How design choices reflect Internet policy strategies?‏‎ (5 categories)
  44. Online risk & security for LGBTI activists in Russia‏‎ (5 categories)
  45. Architectures of Internet Freedom movements in Southeast Asia‏‎ (5 categories)
  46. Bodies and algorithms: a global feminist approach to period trackers‏‎ (5 categories)
  47. Promoting the African Declaration on Internet Rights and Freedoms‏‎ (5 categories)
  48. Research on security digital perspective of journalist in Indonesia and Philippines‏‎ (5 categories)
  49. Ciberfeminismo y autodefensa digital en tiempos de vigilancia, aprendizajes desde América Latina‏‎ (5 categories)
  50. Communications campaigns and storytelling for freedom of speech and digital rights advocacy‏‎ (5 categories)
  51. Creating a pedagogy of empowerment‏‎ (5 categories)
  52. Data Protection law and is different manifestations‏‎ (5 categories)
  53. Super! Quick! User Research Skillz! for! Digital! Security! Trainers!‏‎ (5 categories)
  54. Developing a censorship-resistant app store‏‎ (5 categories)
  55. Digital Security Workshop for Journalists (Spanish)‏‎ (5 categories)
  56. The Case for Digital Rights: Strategies for increasing Private Sector accountability and transparency‏‎ (5 categories)
  57. Essentials of building internet tools for inclusion‏‎ (5 categories)
  58. Exploring secure and anonymous video capture and distribution‏‎ (5 categories)
  59. Grassroots gender activism in underprivileged areas: building education and awareness and fostering actions‏‎ (5 categories)
  60. When Practice Informs Technology‏‎ (5 categories)
  61. How do we measure the health of the Internet?‏‎ (5 categories)
  62. Improving Circumvention Tool Usability Through Outreach‏‎ (5 categories)
  63. Internet as a gateaway for censorship: a glimpse of Venezuela´s situation‏‎ (5 categories)
  64. It’s not just Activism: Art and Humour in Creative Strategies for Hard Times: (a Hands-On Workshop)‏‎ (5 categories)
  65. MENAleaks, bringing anonymous whistleblowing to the MENA region‏‎ (5 categories)
  66. Online safety training for local journalists‏‎ (5 categories)
  67. Autocrypt: Email Encryption for Everyone‏‎ (5 categories)
  68. Practical and Actionable Threat Intelligence Collection‏‎ (5 categories)
  69. Bookkeeping for activist projects‏‎ (5 categories)
  70. Protecting Dissent: A conversation on tactics, best practices and challenges for online and offline safety during protests‏‎ (5 categories)
  71. Campaigning for privacy: sharing experiences, failures and victories‏‎ (5 categories)
  72. Researching and resisting information controls from a distance: challenges and opportunities‏‎ (5 categories)
  73. SAFE Network by Maidsafe: the new crowd-sourced internet putting you in control of your data.‏‎ (5 categories)
  74. Community-led Organizational Security Assessment Process‏‎ (5 categories)
  75. Consumer rights for Internet freedom! Mapping and checking the world's telcos and internet providers‏‎ (5 categories)
  76. SpeakUp: Digital activism against corruption in the Arab World‏‎ (5 categories)
  77. Surveillance from the Margins: Different Experiences of Surveillance‏‎ (5 categories)
  78. Teaching Machines to Learn Better: Mitigating Discrimination, Fostering Principled Governance and Communicating Expectations of Emerging AI‏‎ (5 categories)
  79. Expressing yourself online: legal threats, and ways to defend against them‏‎ (5 categories)
  80. Fighting the Chilling Effects of Surveillance in Protests: Strategies and Tactics for uncovering IMSI catchers, and how to stop them.‏‎ (5 categories)
  81. Whistler: Co-designing a toolkit for front line activists‏‎ (5 categories)
  82. How governments in Southeast Asia (unsuccessfully) restrict free speech on social media‏‎ (5 categories)
  83. How we are tracking politicians trying to hide information from online‏‎ (5 categories)
  84. Making Global Voices Safer: Security, Risk and Reputation in a Decentralized Newsroom‏‎ (5 categories)
  85. My data my choice my way‏‎ (5 categories)
  86. Practical implementations of human rights respecting cybersecurity policy‏‎ (5 categories)
  87. Safeguarding media in Afghanistan – The history of the Afghan Journalist Safety Committee‏‎ (5 categories)
  88. Developing for Good UX‏‎ (5 categories)
  89. Digital Security for women human rights defenders (WHRD) as part of holistic and feminist practice in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)‏‎ (5 categories)
  90. Everything you ever wanted to know about tooling!‏‎ (5 categories)
  91. Uniting The Front: Mapping The Collective Future Of Internet Freedom‏‎ (5 categories)
  92. Filterwatch: Internet Freedom in Iran‏‎ (5 categories)
  93. Using CameraV for systematic violation documentation in post-conflict contexts‏‎ (5 categories)
  94. Gender deanonymization through machine learning - risks and implications.‏‎ (5 categories)
  95. Walking the Talk: Holistic Security‏‎ (5 categories)
  96. Who are your users and how do you know what they need?‏‎ (5 categories)
  97. Improving metholodogy: verifying leaks from anonymous online whistleblowing platforms‏‎ (5 categories)
  98. Introducing the Emergency Response Team at the Committee to Protect Journalists‏‎ (5 categories)
  99. Journalism and the Right to be Forgotten‏‎ (5 categories)
  100. African women and the Internet: Re-defining 'African Sexuality' and freedom of expression in the African Internet‏‎ (5 categories)
  101. Aviary: Distributed, Tamper-Proof, Per-User Warrant Canaries‏‎ (5 categories)
  102. Pretty Good Graphics‏‎ (5 categories)
  103. Bridging the localization gap: digital security tools for everyone‏‎ (5 categories)
  104. Prototyping Qubes trainings: Explore an OS that will map to your digital life(s)‏‎ (5 categories)
  105. Refugees in Transit‏‎ (5 categories)
  106. Case study: Understanding internet censorship in Africa’s repressive environments through the deployment of OONI software probes and Citizen Lab mixed research methods.‏‎ (5 categories)
  107. Respuesta Rápida en América Latina - Y ahora ¿quien podrá ayudarme?‏‎ (5 categories)
  108. Contextualizing censorship measurements in Venezuela‏‎ (5 categories)
  109. Side Dish Regulation: Catching up with Regulation of Internet outside the mainstream‏‎ (5 categories)
  110. Defensores del Voto: Estrategias digitales para la democracia y la participación electoral en Venezuela‏‎ (5 categories)
  111. To Serve and Protect: Panel discussion on the role of technology in the fight against abuse by law enforcement‏‎ (5 categories)
  112. Everything you ever wanted to know about what international human rights law is and how it can help fight surveillance, but were afraid to ask‏‎ (5 categories)
  113. Fostering a New Digital Security Pedagogy for More Inclusive Trainings‏‎ (5 categories)
  114. Growing Up and Aware: What We Can Learn about Digital Safety from Youth in Jordan/Lebanon/Palestine‏‎ (5 categories)
  115. Whose History? Democratizing Narrative Agency and Securing Self Expression‏‎ (5 categories)
  116. Human Rights Technology for Challenging Environments‏‎ (5 categories)
  117. Investigating and defending against Malware Operations‏‎ (5 categories)
  118. Liberating Free Knowledge - Countering Government Censorship on Wikipedia‏‎ (5 categories)
  119. A new challenge to Freedom of Expression: online sexual & gender-based violence against women journalists‏‎ (5 categories)
  120. Planificando talleres de Seguridad Digital en entornos de riesgos para América Latina: retos, contextos y metodologías para compartir.‏‎ (5 categories)
  121. Celebrating Gender Campaigns in the Global South‏‎ (5 categories)
  122. Collaborative Sketching for Secure & Usable Apps‏‎ (5 categories)
  123. Digestable Risk Assessment: creating a security booklet to encourage secure thoughts, not just security tools‏‎ (5 categories)
  124. Tell it to the World! Podcasting and Storytelling for Activists‏‎ (5 categories)
  125. The State of Network Filtering Around the World‏‎ (5 categories)
  126. Free Media in Unfree Societies‏‎ (5 categories)
  127. Using the Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index for Advocacy & Research‏‎ (5 categories)
  128. Human behavior: the irrational component in internet security‏‎ (5 categories)
  129. Journalists' Perceptions of Digital Security Technologies‏‎ (5 categories)
  130. Listen to LGBT Experience in Indonesia and Help Us!‏‎ (5 categories)
  131. Playing cat and mouse with Deep Packet Inspection‏‎ (5 categories)
  132. Public Interest Data Science‏‎ (5 categories)
  133. Building collective power to counter violence and censorship against feminist and women groups on the Internet‏‎ (5 categories)
  134. Right to digital privacy in Central America‏‎ (5 categories)
  135. Collaborative security: From Training to Empowerment‏‎ (5 categories)
  136. Strategic Litigation to protect Digital Human Rights‏‎ (5 categories)
  137. Digital Attacks Against Human Rights Defenders and Journalists in the Middle East and North Africa Region‏‎ (5 categories)
  138. The (Private) Public Sphere: Social Media Content Moderation and the Public Interest‏‎ (5 categories)
  139. Enabling free speech online by legal defence: the need for skilled lawyers to secure the free flow of information online‏‎ (5 categories)
  140. Explaining technical concepts in non-technical ways‏‎ (5 categories)
  141. FTX (Feminist Tech Exchange): Safety Reboot‏‎ (5 categories)
  142. Usability, Accessibility & Universal Design‏‎ (5 categories)
  143. Verification&critical thinking. 10 best tools to verify information online.‏‎ (5 categories)
  144. How YNEXT strives to preventing an Internet blackout in times of war‏‎ (5 categories)
  145. Internet Freedom in Africa: Navigating the challenges‏‎ (5 categories)
  146. Investigating internet controls with OONI‏‎ (5 categories)
  147. Kill the Messenger: Block, Erase, and Delete in the name of Freedom?‏‎ (5 categories)
  148. Localization Community Superteam: Lessons Learned and Innovative Approaches‏‎ (5 categories)
  149. Accesibilidad y Usabilidad en sitios Web‏‎ (5 categories)
  150. Our Data Bodies: From Paranoia to Power‏‎ (5 categories)
  151. Analyzing the Causes & Impacts of Internet Shutdowns‏‎ (5 categories)
  152. Bitmask: encrypted email for mere mortals‏‎ (5 categories)
  153. Queering The Internet: Sexual Expression and Censorship in Digital Domains‏‎ (5 categories)
  154. Building the Internet Policy Research Community: Bridging Divides and Fostering Collaboration for Impact‏‎ (5 categories)
  155. Registering and analyzing threats to digital security‏‎ (5 categories)
  156. Rights and access at risk in Azerbaijan‏‎ (5 categories)
  157. Coming Back to Tech‏‎ (5 categories)
  158. Secure Storage and File-Sharing for Freedom Fighters‏‎ (5 categories)
  159. Conflicting signals. What direction Ukraine, Russia and Belarus will choose dealing with Internet Freedom?‏‎ (5 categories)
  160. Creating Approaches to Rapid Response - Where are we now?‏‎ (5 categories)
  161. Social Media & At-Risk Groups‏‎ (5 categories)
  162. DDoS self-defense - community resilience to a growing censorship threat‏‎ (5 categories)
  163. Taking MENA Holistic Privacy Practice and Digital Security Research to Next Level‏‎ (5 categories)
  164. Encrypting A/V: How you can secure your equipment and encrypt your footage‏‎ (5 categories)
  165. Turkey and Azerbaijan: One Nation, One Crackdown‏‎ (5 categories)
  166. Usability in secure multi-party chat systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  167. Malware Against Political Dissidence in Latam‏‎ (4 categories)
  168. TRanslating Tails to spanish‏‎ (4 categories)
  169. Gender gap in on-line projects, the problem in Wikimedia‏‎ (4 categories)
  170. Malware Analysis, Censorship Measurment in Iran, Big Data Visualization‏‎ (4 categories)
  171. Smart cities: networks of people, networks of vigilance?‏‎ (4 categories)
  172. Internet Governance networking efforts: a gathering of groups starting from the deep country of Brazil‏‎ (3 categories)
  173. Blockchain ISOC SIG meetup‏‎ (3 categories)
  174. Producing guides and self-learning resources for tackling gender-tech based violence: What is there and what is needed?‏‎ (3 categories)
  175. Risk Analysis from a Holistic Perspective‏‎ (3 categories)
  176. Social engineering for the good of your users a.k.a. an introduction to user research.‏‎ (3 categories)
  177. Risk Analysis from a Holistic Perspective (1hr Session)‏‎ (3 categories)
  178. Secure the News: A Dialogue on How News Organizations, Tech Companies and Technologists Can Protect the Future of Journalism‏‎ (3 categories)
  179. Your "Enemy" Should Have a Place in Your Internet Space‏‎ (3 categories)
  180. A Dark Tale of Internet: Turkey's shutdowns, government backed online harassment, blockings‏‎ (3 categories)
  181. Sharing tactics, tools and practices for system administrators + security for web developers (Florencia Herra vega)‏‎ (3 categories)
  182. Ever wanted to chat with the NSA?‏‎ (3 categories)
  183. Gender Issues and Connecting the next billion‏‎ (3 categories)
  184. Internet policymaking for civil society in ICANN‏‎ (3 categories)
  185. OSScientific Method: How to use open source tech to build open research practice‏‎ (3 categories)
  186. A Fireside Chat about Internet Measurement, facilitated by M-Lab‏‎ (3 categories)
  187. Bridging the Divide: talking to users, trainers, developers, and more!‏‎ (3 categories)
  188. Content design - How to write words that people will read, understand and won't scare them‏‎ (3 categories)
  189. Dealing with Trauma and the Psycho Social Effects of Human Rights work‏‎ (3 categories)
  190. Building an inclusive community: Code of Conduct principles and best practices‏‎ (3 categories)
  191. Regional networks for tackling gender-based online violence: Good practices, strategies and autonomous infrastructure for counseling and support‏‎ (3 categories)
  192. Revolutionary transparency in Ukrainian public procurement - how civil activist managed to create best e-procurement system in the world‏‎ (3 categories)
  193. Digital independence in the age of the Big Five (How to cook up independent, secure servers for small groups and organizations)‏‎ (3 categories)
  194. Training to privacy advocacy and digital security from a gender perspective‏‎ (3 categories)
  195. Holistic Security: subversive well-being for trainers‏‎ (3 categories)
  196. Conversations on Research Needs for Digital Rights Advocacy and Impact‏‎ (3 categories)
  197. Freedom of expression in Venezuela: Challenges of the new National Assembly‏‎ (3 categories)
  198. How to organize a privacy advocacy event: Real cases histories, do's and don't‏‎ (3 categories)
  199. Disruptive Media Activism for the IF Community‏‎ (3 categories)
  200. Glocalization for Noobs: How to Design Tools for a Global Audience‏‎ (2 categories)
  201. Hacking User Centred Design for Social Change Efforts‏‎ (2 categories)
  202. What’s working (or not) in policing online hate speech?‏‎ (2 categories)
  203. How to run participatory trainings‏‎ (2 categories)
  204. Iranian Cyber Army‏‎ (2 categories)
  205. Localization Help Desk‏‎ (2 categories)
  206. Notifications as a collateral freedom channel (self-organized)‏‎ (2 categories)
  207. 21st Century Activists Need 21st Century Skill Sets‏‎ (2 categories)
  208. Accessible database of best practice law - digital rights & information freedom‏‎ (2 categories)
  209. Ranking ICT companies on digital rights: A "how to" guide‏‎ (2 categories)
  210. Reproducible Builds‏‎ (2 categories)
  211. Coming shortly to your screens: Secure Group Messaging‏‎ (2 categories)
  212. Strong Second-Factor Authentication For Your (Facebook, Google, Etc.) Accounts - Free U2F Keys and Setup Help‏‎ (2 categories)
  213. Developing a Digital Advocacy Curriculum for the Global South‏‎ (2 categories)
  214. Digital Security Education for Artists: A Convo on Threats and Contributions‏‎ (2 categories)
  215. The Aleph: Crunching Data for Investigative Reporting‏‎ (2 categories)
  216. Tor on Mobile‏‎ (2 categories)
  217. Exploring models of governance and ownership in hackerspaces‏‎ (2 categories)
  218. UI and Usability Jam Sessions‏‎ (2 categories)
  219. Funders Help Desk‏‎ (2 categories)
  220. Vigilancia Gubernamental y Seguridad Nacional‏‎ (2 categories)
  221. Grafoscopio‏‎ (2 categories)
  222. What can circumvention data tell us about the dynamics of internet censorship and online behaviour?‏‎ (2 categories)
  223. When, why and how they leak? Thoughts on the psychology of whistleblowers.‏‎ (2 categories)
  224. You and your data‏‎ (2 categories)
  225. How to run participatory trainings and events‏‎ (2 categories)
  226. Internet Protocols Demystified‏‎ (2 categories)
  227. Is mass adoption of secure email possible?‏‎ (2 categories)
  228. La Protección de los datos personales en tiempos de open data‏‎ (2 categories)
  229. Nuevas tecnologías para los whistleblowers‏‎ (2 categories)
  230. APC member meeting‏‎ (2 categories)
  231. Advanced topics in GPG key security: smartcards and Yubikeys‏‎ (2 categories)
  232. Post-televisión y medios libres en la Ciudad Monstruo‏‎ (2 categories)
  233. Building Security Culture Within Marginalized Communities‏‎ (2 categories)
  234. Ranking tech companies part 2: software, devices and networking equipment‏‎ (2 categories)
  235. Construyendo comunidad para talleristas de seguridad digital en america latina - pasos concretos‏‎ (2 categories)
  236. Sharing JournoSec "Fails"‏‎ (2 categories)
  237. Social media monitoring in our favor - discussion‏‎ (2 categories)
  238. Talles de Seguridad Digital para Periodistas de habla hispana‏‎ (2 categories)
  239. Don't Make Killer Apps: Responsible Development Beyond Code‏‎ (2 categories)
  240. The “South Open Mic Party (part 2)‏‎ (2 categories)
  241. UProxy‏‎ (2 categories)
  242. Feedback on secure tools: Giving it and getting it more easily, with graphics‏‎ (2 categories)
  243. User Research For All!‏‎ (2 categories)
  244. GNU Taler‏‎ (2 categories)
  245. Vote1for better Elections‏‎ (2 categories)
  246. What does re-usable & updatable content look like?‏‎ (2 categories)
  247. Hardly a Laughing Matter: Could Sexist Humor Amount to Dangerous Speech?‏‎ (2 categories)
  248. Las culturas originarias y el Internet: alternativas contra la exclusión‏‎ (2 categories)
  249. Multilingual Design: Bringing Language Access to the Full Stack‏‎ (2 categories)
  250. OPEN SOURCE BANKERS' JAILING‏‎ (2 categories)

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