Observe, Hack, Make (OHM)
Observe, Hack, Make. A five day outdoor international camping festival for hackers and makers, and those with an inquisitive mind.
It is a four year tradition in The Netherlands to hold such an event. In the spirit of WTH, HIP and HAR the latest edition, OHM2013, is a non-commercial community run event. The event happens thanks to the volunteers, all 3000 of them. They will run the network, help people around the site, give talks, hold workshops and be excellent to one another.
The target audience includes free-thinkers, philosophers, activists, geeks, scientists, artists, creative minds and a whole bunch of people interested in lots of interesting stuff.
14-08-2014 | Wandering around the paddocks on the first night of camp, the laser lights and smoke in an empty space known as Rainbow Island at the edge of the camp caught my attention.
“A bit sad isn’t it? That huge space, filled with lights and nobody dancing …”, I said. Hacktivist Jason Gulledge paused beside me before answering: “Imagine it as a practice run. We all live in our dreams of what could be.” Read more
05-08-2014 | This talk is about the possible conflict between getting your message out there, and trying to maintain your site visitor’s privacy. This talk will highlight some of the issues that need to be taken into consideration when building websites for whistleblowers with high security & privacy needs. Read more
This talk ends the myth of unbreakable SIM cards and illustrates that the SIM cards are plagued by implementation and configuration bugs.
In several European countries proposals for vast expansion of the powers of law enforcement in the digital realm are floating about. The panel focuses on the pros and cons of such powers.