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A night of talks and conversations about privacy and tech, centered on humane design and user-experience — I’m speaking there!

There’s a really full roster of hackers, cryptographers, designers, writers, architects, critical theorists, sociologists and others appearing. The event’s at 1930h at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works, and it’s free!

Join artists, cryptographers, critical theorists, architects, designers, sociologists, user experience researchers and other bright luminaries for a casual evening discussing privacy, the culture of technology, and possibilities for creative intervention in the age of ubiquitous digital tracking. Taking place at Pioneer Works on Thursday, September 17th at 7:30pm, the conversation will move from the stage to the audience to end the night with a party atmosphere and plenty of shared discussion.

Art, Design, and The Future of Privacy