Data Transparency Weekend

Event Date(s): 
April 12, 2012 to April 15, 2012

Our inner crypto geek is hyperventilating as we hang in New York City to help run the Wall Street Journal’s first-ever Data Transparency Weekend, a codeathon where 120 privacy and anonymity geeks will prototype and code tools to help give online users greater control over their online identity and activity.

Check out images and tweets from the Friday night opening dinner, the Saturday codeathon and the Sunday wrapup, as well as the #wsjdata hashtag and Flickr photo stream.

We are happy to be hanging with lots of allies and projects that inspire us, including Tor Project, Guardian Project, Mozilla Collusion, CryptoCat, and OStel.

Big thanks for all the fun to Julia Angwin and Jennifer Valentino-DeVries at WSJ, and Tonia and Colleen at Modern Media.