Wesley Chen is a Program Associate at the Open Internet Tools Project, a subgroup of the Open Technology Institute. Previously, he worked for the Dark Side at a digital advertising agency after graduating from New York University with a B.A. in Psychology and minor in social work. Returning to his Students for Free Culture roots, Wesley has made the leap into the Internet security and freedom world and is looking for a nice place to land.
Proposals for this user
Personal encryption is dearly needed in an increasingly surveilled world. I will talk about the user experience problems and lack of education that prevent widespread adoption and habit-forming of secure communication and circumvention software tools.
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