The founder of the hacking conference DEF CON has asked government officials not to attend this year’s conference—the first such request in its 21-year history—because the recent NSA disclosures “have made many in the community uncomfortable about” the long-standing relationship between hackers, pros and academics and federal authorities. This Privacy Perspectives post explores what this “disintegrating trust and increased division” may mean for privacy moving forward.
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