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Tue, Dec 16: EFF-A Evoting Dinner and Cyberdawg Party

David Nunez
David Nunez
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Please join us. We'd love to see you at our event next week!
\Date: Tuesday, December 16, 2003
Location: 2003 Opal Divine's in Austin (6th and Rio Grande)
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  • 6:00-8:00 - eVoting Dinner Discussion (serious discussion)
  • 8:00-close - CyberDawg 2003 (wild party)

eVoting Roundtable with Dan Wallach of the Diebold Deconstruction Crew
Join Dan Wallach, Computer science professor and security expert from
Rice University, for dinner and discussion on eVoting for the December
edition of the EFF-Austin Policy Roundtable.

Dan Wallach is a member of the team organized by Avi Rubin of Johns
Hopkins, which conducted a scathing analysis of the Diebold voting
system earlier this year.

Dan will discuss the "threat model" for electronic voting. What can go
wrong with evoting systems, what was wrong with the market-leading
Diebold system, and what can geek activists do about it?
Dinner will be buy-you-own at Opal Divine's

Cyberdawg party

What happens when you bring together smart, creative, and passionate
minds together to do nothing but talk, laugh, and instigate? We're not
sure. We think it'll be an earth-shattering event, though... The
Singularity, even.

What is EFF-Austin? Who's working behind the scenes? What is it up to
these days? What madcap adventures are planned for 2004? Calendar of
events? How can YOU get involved in the fray? These questions and more
will be answered at the Cyberdawg.

If nothing else, you'll be in the same room with movers, shakers, and
instigators in the Austin Tech/Art/and Cyberliberties scene... That's
gotta be worth something, right?

Light snacks served at Cyberdawg. Cash bar.

Everyone showing up gets a free EFF bumper sticker and instigator badge!

All new 2004 exclusive EFF-A T-shirts will be on sale.


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Dir of Technology at the MIT Museum • Writing about emerging tech's impact on your life • Speculative insights on the intersection of humanity and technology 🤖


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