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[liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?

Collin Anderson collin at
Mon Mar 5 20:33:15 PST 2012

So there is a panel on the Egyptian Revolution that does not have one
Egyptian on it?

On Monday, March 5, 2012, Neal Ungerleider <nealnyc at> wrote:
> I'm moderating a panel on tech and the Egyptian Revolution, "An Unusual
Arsenal: Tech Tools to Topple a Tyrant" on Monday at 12:30p. Jamal Dajani
of HuffPo/Internews, David Gorodyansky of AnchorFree, Peter Fein of
TeleComix and Sonja Gittens-Ottley of Yahoo! will be participating.
> Although I don't get a chance to post to Liberationtech often, I'm a
regular reader of the listserv and hope to meet everyone who's attending at
> Neal
> Neal Ungerleider
> +1.347.215.4719 | twitter @nealunger
> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 10:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at> wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
>> I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us" with
>> Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on
Saturday at
>> 11am:
> We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
> Friday, because I won't be there yet.
> d.
>> On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at> wrote:
>>     Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not
Get Users
>>     Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
>>     I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to
add it,
>>     sorry 'bout that!
>>     On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <
brianc at>
>>     wrote:
>>         How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
>>         I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and,
>>         Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina
>>         Issa.
>>         And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying, but
>>         it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
>>         On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <
jilliancyork at
>>         > wrote:
>>             Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it by
>>             accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels are
on the
>>             schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see
below), but
>>             I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is
why half
>>             my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues in
>>               ○ Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
>>               ○ How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
>>               ○ Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
>>               ○ Security and Privacy in Social Networks
>>               ○ How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
>>               ○ Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
>>               ○ Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
>>             Best,
>>             Jillian
>>             +1-857-891-4244 | | @jilliancyork
>>             "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly impossible
if we
>>             want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" - Vaclav
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*Collin David Anderson* | @cda | Washington, D.C.
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