8:00
Doors open

10:00-10:30
David Chaum // eCash / Elixxr

10:30-11:00
Matthew Hodgson
// The Matrix.org Foundation
Matrix 1.0: Decentralized Communication at Scale

11:00-11:20
Jillian York // International
Freedom of Expression – EFF
How commercial content moderation has proven impossible, and what we might do to fix it.

11:20-11:40
Vlad Zamfir

11:40-12:00
Richard Stallman
// Free Software Foundation
A web that respects freedom

12:00-13:00
Lunch

13:00-13:30
Harry Halpin // Nym
How To build a privacy-enhanced Web 3.0 to end Mass Surveillance (and Libra, too!)

13:30-14:30
Edward Snowden
(via video)

14:30-14:50
Fireside Chat
Gian Volpicelli // Wired UK
Harry Halpin // Nym
Richard Stallman // Free Software Foundation
Naomi Colvin

14:50-15:10
Afternoon Break

15:10-15:40
Rob Habermeier // Parity

15:40-16:00
Jordi Baylina // Iden3 

16:00-16:20
Lily Liu // Earn.com
The Third Party Candidate

16:20-16:40
Naomi Colvin
Defending the WikiLeaks revolutions: why the prosecution of Julian Assange matters and what we need to do about it

16:40-17:00
Ryan Selkis // Messari

17:00-17:20
Liz Steininger // Least Authority
Securing Web3 with Transparency and Enabling Privacy

17:20-17:40
Stephane Gosselin // Numerai

17:40-18:00
Eric Voskuil // Libbitcoin, Author – Cryptoeconomics
Black Market Money

18:00-22:00
HackerSpace Happy Hours