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Wednesday April 3, 2013

There has been a lot of talk about issues involving hacktivism and the use of technology in activism, but where do you draw the line between activism and criminal activity? This event will discuss: Who is Anonymous? What have they done? How is online activism different than offline activism? How have the law and cases treated the two differently? Is hacktivism a criminal activity or an exercise of political speech? Join us and learn what you need to know about hacktivism and your rights.

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Panelists include: Kenneth C. Citarella, Adjunct Professor at New York Law School; Managing Director of Investigations at Guidepost Solutions LLC; former Westchester criminal prosecutor specializing in computer crime Abi Hassen, Mass Defense Coordinator with the National Lawyers Guild Gráinne O’Neill, Attorney specializing in the intersection of law and technology

When Activism Goes Online: Anonymous, Hacktivism, and the Law