Romantic relationships and business relationships are complex. And, sometimes, a break is the only remedy for tensions. Thus, Defcon has asked the intelligence community to give it some time alone…
Since its inaugural year, 1992, Defcon has been a meeting where anarchists, geeks, and employees of alphabet agencies commiserated. Recently, though, drama has set in, as indiscriminate spying of US citizens and foreigners by the National Security Agency has poisoned the well.
“For over two decades DEF CON has been an open nexus of hacker culture, a place where seasoned pros, hackers, academics, and feds can meet, share ideas and party on neutral territory,” Jeff Moss, The Dark Tangent, penned in a blog post published Wednesday night. “Our community operates in the spirit of openness, verified trust, and mutual respect.”
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