Dragon Con Panels 2014

Yes, it’s that time again. Time to post the annual list of panels I’m doing this year at Dragon Con. Now things are a little different as well this year, as I’m no longer just ‘Junior Minion’ on the track, I’m now the Electronic Frontier Forums track Assistant Director. Basically means I have to sit […]
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Dragon Con 2013 Panels

Carrying on my tradition of increasing the number of panels this year, I’ll be doing 7. (At least I broke the patern of doubling each year – that would have become unweildy in 2015) so if you miss me at one, you can catch me at another. Not that I’m going to speak on the […]
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CISPA, SOPA, PIPA, ePARASITE, ACTA, TPP: What is Congress Smoking?

In 2012, I was moderating a panel on the major technological legislative acts that were pending or had been proposed in the last year. On the panel were two lawyers from the copyright field, and two computer security experts. Since the resurrection of CISPA has occurred, I thought it prudent to take the audio and […]
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Dragon*Con 2012 Report And Roundup

It’s been almost a week, so there’s been a bit of time to decompress and relax from Dragoncon. It was a hell of an event, and one that’s taken me some time to recover from, as I picked up a nasty case of ConCrud (which is still with me). I’ve also been hard at work, […]
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[LIVE] Dragon*con Liveblog Monday September 3

Final day of the Con, and it’s the shortest. I’ll  still have a bunch of insights, and observations of the goings on. However, the Con ends at 4pm so this liveblog will end early. My 4th and final panel is today. Slightly unusual as well in that we’re going to try streaming a panellist from […]
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[LIVE] Dragon*con Liveblog Sunday September 2

Day 3 of the Dragoncon coverage and today I have another panel! This time it’s the first of the EFForums panels I’m on and it’s with Blair, who I’ve worked with before. Should be an interesting day, and will go on later than other nights, because of Hacking 201. Day 3 of the Dragoncon coverage […]
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