We’re having drinks to warm up for FnF 2017 – the annual privacy activists’ summit, which will take place between 6-9 October in Brussels. The conference is open to anyone, so feel free to join in. On Friday evening 7.30pm, Aral Balkan will open the conference with a keynote.
So even if you cannot make it to the conference, you are very welcome to have a few “warm-up” drinks with us and discuss digital issues.
from 7pm onwards
Rue de Dublin 46, 1050 XL [map]
You can also follow #npbbxl on Twitter. If you’re not familiar with the concept yet: A ‘Net Politics Beer’ is an informal meet-up of people involved or interested in the different fields of internet politics and digital rights activism.
Our topics are whatever is on the political agenda in Europe and elsewhere: surveillance, copyright, privacy & data protection, anti-terrorism, open data, net neutrality and beer, of course!
If you wish to receive information on upcoming meet-ups in Brussels via email, please contact kirst3n(at)riseup(dot)net. You can also contact me if you want to set up a new “net politics beer” meeting in your city!