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Come join developers, lawyers, policymakers, and academics as we collaborate to build technology solutions to challenging legal and policy issues. $1,000 prize for the best privacy hack at NYC | London | San Francisco locations. See the contest rules for restrictions.

Step 1: Register for a Location

To participate in person, please sign up with Eventbrite to help us plan space and food. To participate remotely, check out the rules.

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Step 2: See What’s Happening

Live Hackathon Broadcasting & Schedule

■ Projects Proposed ■ Brainstorm Ideas ■ Rules for Competition ■ Share Tech ■ Discuss [IRC LINK]

Twitter Tag #LegalHack | #PrivacyHack

Step 3: Participate!

Join HackerLeague to get updated information about the event, list your project group, locations and topics, as well as find folks to collaborate with…

Judges & Speakers

NEW YORK
Hon. Ann Aiken (District of OR), Susan Herman (ACLU), Johnathan Askin (Brooklyn Law School), David Wainberg (AppNexus), Wilfried De Wever (HiiL), Doc Searls (VRM Harvard Berkman Center), K. Krasnow Waterman (MIT), Amyt Eckstein (Moses & Singer), Jason Tenenbaum (Rashbaum Associates), Dona Fraser (ESRB), Solon Barocas (Doctoral Candidate, NYU), Sol Irvine (Yuson & Irvine), Heather Federman (Online Trust Alliance), David Pashman (Meetup)

LONDON
Dr. Ian Brown  (Oxford Internet Institute)Dr. Ian Walden  (Queen Mary University)John Cummings  (Innovation Partners)Stefan Magdalinski (Mydex)Wilfried De Wever – Senior Justice Adviser / Justice Investment Program Manager (HiiL)

SAN FRANCISCO
K. Krasnow Waterman (MIT)
Brian Behlendorf (Mozilla Board)
Michelle Dennedy, author of the new book: The Privacy Engineer’s Manifesto (McAfee)
John Buckman (EFF Chairman)

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