Difference between pages "Speakers' Dinner" and "Electronic Frontiers Australia presents Friday Night Drinks"

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If you're among the fabulous Speakers selected for the main conference, or you're a Miniconference Organiser, you will be invited to the Speakers' Dinner. This event is more intimate, and is a symbolic thank you to our wonderful Speakers for your time, energy, effort and passion to make our conference the fabulous event that it is. All the more reason to submit a presentation to the CfP!
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[https://efa.org.au/ Electronic Frontiers Australia] (EFA) is a non-profit national organisation that has been promoting digital freedom, access and privacy in Australia since 1994. EFA is proud to host Friday Night Drinks after the main conference at Geelong's premier waterfront bar and meeting place, The Edge. Come along for a free drink, and to learn more about digital freedoms.  
  
The Speakers' Dinner will this year be held in an intimate homestead venue, approximately a 10 minute bus ride from the Conference Venue.
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[http://edgegeelong.com.au// The Edge]
  
  

Latest revision as of 19:18, 30 January 2016

Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) is a non-profit national organisation that has been promoting digital freedom, access and privacy in Australia since 1994. EFA is proud to host Friday Night Drinks after the main conference at Geelong's premier waterfront bar and meeting place, The Edge. Come along for a free drink, and to learn more about digital freedoms.

The Edge



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