Difference between revisions of "Session:Digital Security for activists in Crimea"

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|Has session tag=crimea, security, digital, crypto, tools, threadmodel
 
|Has session tag=crimea, security, digital, crypto, tools, threadmodel
 
|Is for kids=No
 
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|Has description=This session is part of our research about surveillance and censorship in Crimea after Russian annexation. Basically, life's very hard there - people get arrested every other week, devices are seized and searched. A specific blocklist has been developed for Crimea, especially targeting Tatar minority. However, the usage of encrypted communication tools stays very scarce and very few trainings happen there. Let's get together and think about all the beautiful and necessary tips to help activists, journalists, NGO people who live in Crimea, or the brave humans who still go there.  
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|Has description=This session is part of our research about surveillance and censorship in Crimea after Russian annexation. Basically, life's very hard there - people get arrested every other week, devices are seized and searched. A specific blocklist has been developed for Crimea, especially targeting Tatar minority. However, the usage of encrypted communication tools stays very scarce and very few trainings happen there. Let's get together and think about all the beautiful and necessary tips to help activists, journalists, NGO people who live in Crimea, or the brave humans who still go there.
 
|Has session type=Discussion
 
|Has session type=Discussion
 
|Has session keywords=social, security, safety
 
|Has session keywords=social, security, safety
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|Is organized by=Xeniax
 
|Is organized by=Xeniax
 
|Held in language=en - English
 
|Held in language=en - English
|Has orga contact=eal@fsfe.org
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|Has orga contact=ksenia@citizenlab.ca
 
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Latest revision as of 23:31, 29 December 2017

Description This session is part of our research about surveillance and censorship in Crimea after Russian annexation. Basically, life's very hard there - people get arrested every other week, devices are seized and searched. A specific blocklist has been developed for Crimea, especially targeting Tatar minority. However, the usage of encrypted communication tools stays very scarce and very few trainings happen there. Let's get together and think about all the beautiful and necessary tips to help activists, journalists, NGO people who live in Crimea, or the brave humans who still go there.
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Type Discussion
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social, security, safety
Tags crimea, security, digital, crypto, tools, threadmodel
Processing assembly Assembly:Cryptoparty
Person organizing User:Xeniax
Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2017/12/30 13:00
Ends at 2017/12/30 14:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:CCL Hall 3