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32nd Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg

From 27 to 30 December, the international hacker community will meet in Hamburg. For four days, the CCH will turn into a "hands-on" laboratory for networking technology

On Saturday, 27 December, the annual meeting of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) will start in Hamburg. The motto of the 32nd Chaos Communication Congress at the Congress Center Hamburg is “Gated Communities” . Until Wednesday. 30 December, participants will be able to enjoy an exciting programme with more than 120 talks and dozens of workshops. Groups of hackers from around the world will present their projects and exchange ideas with peers and interested parties.

Young Hacker Day for Children and Adolescents

The 32nd Chaos Communication Congress (32C3) is an annual four-day conference on technology, society and utopia. The congress offers lectures and workshops and various events on a multitude of topics including (but not limited to) information technology and generally a critical-creative attitude towards technology and the discussion about the effects of technological advances on society.

The second day of the congress, i.e. 28 Decembe, is specifically aimed at children and young people aged 8 years and older. “The aim is the enjoyment of technology, and an increase of interest in new media that will be of importance to future generations”, a statement of the CCC says.

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About the Chaos Computer Club

The Chaos Computer Club e. V. (CCC) is Europe’s largest association of hackers. For more than thirty years, it has been providing information about technical and societal issues, such as surveillance, privacy, freedom of information, hacktivism, data security, and many other interesting things around technology and hacking issues. As the most influential hacker collective in Europe, the CCC organises campaigns, events, lobbying and publications as well as anonymizing services and communication infrastructure. There are many hacker spaces in and around Germany that belong to or share a common bond to the CCC as stated in its hacker ethics.
(source: Chaos Computer Club)

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