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Tim May co-founded the Cypherpunks, perhaps the single most effective pro-cryptography grassroots organization in history, together with Eric Hughes and John Gilmore in 1992 against the backdrop of draconian anti-cryptography efforts promulgated by the Clinton I Administration. Tim passed away earlier this month. This event will enable his friends and those influenced by his many writings to share in a remembrance and celebration of Tim's life and work.
 
Tim May co-founded the Cypherpunks, perhaps the single most effective pro-cryptography grassroots organization in history, together with Eric Hughes and John Gilmore in 1992 against the backdrop of draconian anti-cryptography efforts promulgated by the Clinton I Administration. Tim passed away earlier this month. This event will enable his friends and those influenced by his many writings to share in a remembrance and celebration of Tim's life and work.
  
The event is organized by Lucky Green, early Cypherpunk and long-time personal friend of Tim.
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The event is organized by Lucky Green <shamrock@cypherpunks.to>, early Cypherpunk and long-time personal friend of Tim.

Revision as of 12:29, 21 December 2018

Description Memorial for Tim C. May, Cypherpunks co-founder
Website(s) https://www.facebook.com/lucky.green.73/posts/10155498914786706
Type Meeting
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social
Person organizing
Language en - English
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Subtitle Remembrance event for Tim C. May, Cypherpunks co-founder & Cryptoanarchist who passed away earlier this month.
Starts at 2018/12/29 21:30
Ends at 2018/12/29 22:30
Duration 60 minutes
Location Room:Seminar room 14-15

Tim May co-founded the Cypherpunks, perhaps the single most effective pro-cryptography grassroots organization in history, together with Eric Hughes and John Gilmore in 1992 against the backdrop of draconian anti-cryptography efforts promulgated by the Clinton I Administration. Tim passed away earlier this month. This event will enable his friends and those influenced by his many writings to share in a remembrance and celebration of Tim's life and work.

The event is organized by Lucky Green <shamrock@cypherpunks.to>, early Cypherpunk and long-time personal friend of Tim.