HOPE (Hackers on Planet Earth)

New York City, New York, U.S.

A production of 2600: The Hacker
Quarterly, Hackers on Planet Earth (or HOPE) is in its 18th year
(give or take a couple) and offers an utterly unique blend of technology, culture and media.
Previous HOPE events have seen speakers (like private investigator Steve Rambam) dragged from the
stage by FBI agents, and featured keynotes by the likes of Kevin Mitnick and
former Dead Kennedy’s singer and Green Party activist Jello Biafra.
 

http://thenexthope.org/

New York City, New York, U.S.

A production of 2600: The Hacker
Quarterly, Hackers on Planet Earth (or HOPE) is in its 18th year
(give or take a couple) and offers an utterly unique blend of technology, culture and media.
Previous HOPE events have seen speakers (like private investigator Steve Rambam) dragged from the
stage by FBI agents, and featured keynotes by the likes of Kevin Mitnick and
former Dead Kennedy’s singer and Green Party activist Jello Biafra.
 

http://thenexthope.org/

(Photo via jabella Flickr photostream)

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