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This weekend is the American Library Association’s Midwinter Meeting in Boston, MA, and Library Freedom Project is all over the dang place. Here’s where you’ll find us during #alamw16:

7 January 2016, 7 pm: EMW Drink Salon on Tech and Ethics in Libraries (please note, this has been moved to Industry Lab and is sold out/waitlist only). Alison and Nima will join Andromeda Yelton and Jason Griffey for a panel about privacy education in libraries.

9 - 11 January 2016, all day: Library Freedom Project booth at ALA MW Exhibits Hall. Alison, Nima, and Kade will be at booth 2232 to answer your questions about LFP and give you lots of free stickers.

9 January 2016, 9-10 am: Alison will be on the Knight Foundation panel with past News Challenge winners.

10 January 2016, 1-2:30 pm: Alison and Nima will present at the RUSA ETS Hot Topics seminar about Tor Browser and Tor relays in libraries, in the Seaport Hotel, Plaza Ballroom C.

The Library Freedom Project presents: Digital Rights in Libraries

So we made the announcement for our unconference back in February, and almost immediately it outgrew the original plan and became a two-day, multi-track event that’s so much more than a traditional unconference. We’re fortunate that speakers and technology trainers from Mozilla, Creative Commons, Hack the Hood, EFF, Freedom of the Press Foundation, Internet Archive, and more have decided to join us, and we really hope to see you there too.

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