We said we'd do it and we meant it. When the Steve Rambam talk at HOPE Number Six was disrupted by his arrest minutes before he was scheduled to go on stage, we vowed to make sure it would one day be presented to the public. That day has now been set and we trust that the FBI won't interfere this time.
On Thursday, November 16, HOPE Number Six will finally end with the presentation: "Privacy is Dead - Get Over It" featuring Steve's revealing look at how much information on each of us is readily accessible to virtually anyone. As part of the talk, Steve will reveal all of the information he was able to find on a volunteer "victim." In addition, he will answer all sorts of questions from the audience, including what really happened back in July.
Admission to this talk is totally free. It's our way of saying thanks to the HOPE attendees and also a demonstration of the fact that our speakers will not be silenced, no matter what adversity they may have to face.
The talk will take place from 6 to 9 pm at the Stevens Institute in Hoboken, New Jersey. There's no need to panic - this location is very easily accessible from New York City and many other places. Full details are available here.
You may think you witnessed the conclusion of HOPE Number Six. But until this final talk is given, HOPE is not over.