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From Karen Marcelo

Video from James Young:
!Mediagruppe Bitnik on hacktivist art pranks
Andy Isaacson on running your own Tor exit node
Dave Matthews on his BTLE apps

7:30pm ATTN: Its a TUESDAY this time!
15 July 2014

2169 Mission (between 17th and 18th)
San Francisco, CA

Donations ($5-$20) to our hosts would be very much appreciated.

BAR 21+


2169 Mission St
San Francisco, CA

!Mediengruppe Bitnik - Hacktivist Art Pranks, Darknets, etc.

!Mediengruppe Bitnik (read - the not Mediengruppe Bitnik) live and work in Zurich and London. Using hacking as an artistic strategy, their works re-contextualize the familiar to allow for new readings of established structures and mechanisms. They have been known to intervene into London’s surveillance space by hijacking CCTV security cameras and replacing the video images with an invitation to play chess.

In early 2013, !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Carmen Weisskopf and Domagoj Smoljo, sent a parcel equipped with a camera to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Their works have been shown and awarded internationally with the Swiss Art Award, Migros New Media Jubilee Award, Honorary Mention Prix Ars Electronica.

Andy Isaacson - Notes from the Tororist: Running Your Own Tor Node

Andy Isaacson is a software engineer and co-founder of the anarchistic and educational hackerspace Noisebridge in San Francisco. He runs the Noisebridge Tor exit node, a network that anonymizes internet users. He asks pointed questions about cryptography, security, and their intersection with society and ethics as @eqe on Twitter.

@eqe on Twitter

Gadget Guy Dave Matthews - Proximity Apps

@ggdm on Twitter or Immediacy in the iTunes Store (Burning Man app on iOS 6 updates soon.

http:// for the SDK

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