Orchid Labs will be holding a panel about Internet Privacy. Come learn from a group of experts about topics including government regulations such as GDPR and CCPA, Russia and China creating segregated internets, balancing crime prevention with privacy, and privacy best practices for users.
Our panelists include:
Yan Zhu (Chief Information Security Officer at Brave)
Ray Cheng (Chief Technology Officer at Oasis Labs)
Jay Freeman (Co-Founder at Orchid Labs)
We will be accepting questions from the audience during the event through Slido at: https://app2.sli.do/event/opam5u75
and Yes, it does support asking questions anonymously.
For those that are unable to attend the event in person, we are planning to record the event. Links will be shared later.
We will be catering a Hawaiian-themed selection of food and drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be provided.
6:00pm: Doors Open
6:00pm: Networking, Food, and Drinks
6:30pm: Internet Privacy Panel
9:00pm: Event Concludes
Orchid is a suite of open source tools and cryptographic protocols developed and run by people who want the internet to extend our natural human freedom, not curtail it. Our initial focus is an open marketplace for bandwidth built on Ethereum, and a VPN client for all major operating systems. Multi-hop routing connects multiple relays and adds security at each step.
Orchid began two years ago and the initial founding team includes Seven Waterhouse (Co-Founder of Pantara Capital, board member of Bitstamp and Co-Founder of RPX which he took public), Brian Fox (the author of Bash Shell for Linux, 20+ years of open source contribution), Jay Freeman (the author of Cydia, the App Store for jailbroken iPhones and Impactor software for the iPhone), Gustav Simonsson, white hat hacker and ex-security researcher for the Ethereum Foundation) to create a decentralized VPN.