It was standing room only on June 27th in Austin, where young professionals gathered for some craft beer and AFF-Austin’s panel discussion on technology in the age of government overreach. With a barrage of recent scandals involving government surveillance and increasing attempts to regulate electronic communications, Max Borders of the Foundation for Economic Education moderated a timely discussion on individual liberty in the information age. Three panelists (Gregory Foster, VP at Electronic Frontier Foundation-Austin, Daniel Krawisz, Co-founder of the Crypto Anarchy Club at the University of Texas at Austin, and Josh Kerr, Co-Founder & CEO at Written and a Partner at the Capital Factory) discussed topics from cryptography to the Fourth Amendment, and government monitoring to Google Glass. To learn more about this event or future AFF-Austin events, please contact Arif Panju at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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