Calyx taking part in panel discussion about NSA at SXSW 2014

<strong>NSA and the Future of Web Users and Web Companies</strong> On Thursday, June 6, 2013, the PRISM story broke, shattering any trust we had in the US government with regards to online privacy. At a pinnacle point in technological advancement, the tech industry is now faced with the prospect of National Security Letters, data subpoenas and constant privacy and security concerns from customers. This panel will be a frank discussion about the NSA, online surveillance, and the privacy expectations from the perspective of both web users and web companies. This will be a conversation that presents the societal benefits of network analysis alongside the fears and concerns.

NSA and the Future of Web Users and Web Companies

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Questions Answered

What to do when you receive a National Security Letter How to handle your customers’ and users’ questions and concerns How to protect your customers and users What you can do to protect your business What to expect from the NSA in the future

Speakers

Matthew Prince, CloudFlare
Nicholas Merrill, The Calyx Institute
Cesar Hidalgo, MIT
Brad Burnham, Union Square Ventures

Organizer

Kristin Tarr, CloudFlare

The 2014 SWSW schedule of events is now online.

March 8th, 2014 12:30 PM   through   1:30 PM
Sheraton Austin
701 E 11th St
Creekside Room
Austin, TX 78701
United States