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Re: Suggestions for Advocacy

Hey Ringo

Just a follow up from a post a while back.  I was wondering if you had your presentations available and if you would be interested allowing me to use them for the same kind of thing I'm putting on over here. 

Roc Tor Admin

On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 11:19 PM, Ringo Kamens <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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phobos@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 08:25:49PM -0600, onionroutor@xxxxxxxxx wrote 1.6K bytes in 28 lines about:
> : I'm a member of one of those local organizations that regularly presents
> : information related to security, technology, etc to each other.  I'm
> : wondering if there are suggestions for local advocacy and training
> : guidelines so not to mis-represent Tor (although it would be obvious that I
> : have no directly affiliations).  I read on the three year road map that
> : training and promotion is a priority of course but discussion about
> : anonymity systems can become a heated topic especially related to the
> : Privacy Debate.  Maybe something from the CCC meetings or one of Roger's
> : presentations.
> A number of people have created their own presentations.  Roger's
> presentations are listed at
> https://www.torproject.org/documentation.html.en#UpToSpeed numbers 10
> and 11.
> Depending where you are, someone from Tor may be available to show up
> and also help out.
> But you're right, it would be good to have a general Tor presentation
> template/demo for others to use for their own advocacy purposes
> available on the website.  I'm happy to work with others on such a thing
> that we can give away with some creative commons license.
I've been giving workshops on security for activists for about a year
now. One of the sections includes a tor walkthrough, I'm in the Oly
Hackbloc (olyhackbloc.org) and we're doing another workshop in mid-jan.
All of our speaker notes and slides will be available online at that point.
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