Library Freedom Project
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
T.J. discusses both practical and theoretical ways of protecting both librarians and their patrons in a world of social engineering, hacking, and malicious states. Whether it’s email, browsing history, or your texts, he’ll cover what you can do to keep yourself private. His focus is currently on the intersection of philosophy and librarianship and wants to bring the intellectual conversation of our field to the for e. He has spoken at length about methods of securing internet traffic and protecting patron privacy. He is currently a member of Library Freedom Institute and works on LibraryVPN, an IMLS grant focused on bringing VPN software for libraries.