Are you a sex worker concerned about your online safety and anonymity? Do you want to learn how to keep your information secure?

Join us in a free 2-hour webinar led by anti-surveillance activist and security and privacy educator Dia Kayyali. In this training, Dia will lead participants through a technology risk assessment, discuss various technology/data security concerns and solutions (including encryption, secure text messaging, and much more!) and highlight important resources for sex workers.

Thursday, April 21st, 2016
8:00am – 10am PST (11:00am – 1:00pm EST)

Register Here

Webinar Links and Resources to Follow

Be sure your technology-related question is answered by either emailing before the event or using the hastag#sexworkersecurity during the webinar.

Dia Kayyali bio: “I am an activist, writer, and attorney. I fight for freedom of expression online, especially on social media platforms. I also advocate for anonymity and privacy with governmental bodies and companies, help activists and other vulnerable communities identify and defend against security threats, and fight against the rapid spread of street level surveillance technology. I have coordinated a variety of US campaigns to limit surveillance at the national and local level, and have worked on EFF’s Street Level Surveillance project and Surveillance Self-Defense project. I am an independent consultant and writer. Most recently, I worked as an Activist at Electronic Frontier Foundation. I got especially interested in surveillance because of the experiences of Arab and Muslim Americans after 9/11. I am a Syrian-American, genderqueer, and my pronoun is They.”

This webinar is a coalitional effort of SWOP-USA, Red Light Legal, and others.