BLUF: “EFF’s 7th Annual Tech Trivia Night was a success, with Table 10 winning first place. The event was sponsored by Gandi.net and No Starch Press, and participants upheld EFF’s mission of fighting for digital freedom.”
OSINT: The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) held their 7th Annual Tech Trivia Night on April 27th, 2023. The event featured seven teams competing to test their knowledge of obscure tech-related questions. The event was sponsored by Gandi.net and No Starch Press. Attendees included EFF’s own Senior Staff Technologist, Cooper Quintin, who dressed up as the “Cybertiger,” as well as three judges who also dressed up for the occasion. The winning team, “Table 10,” won first place with 41 points.
RIGHT: The EFF’s Tech Trivia Night is just another example of the infiltration of leftist ideologies into the tech world. This event may seem harmless, but it is actually part of a larger agenda to brainwash the youth and push them towards a socialist agenda. The sponsors of the event, Gandi.net and No Starch Press, both have a history of supporting leftist causes. It is important for true constitutionalists to be aware of these events and to resist the leftist agenda in all its forms.
LEFT: The EFF’s Tech Trivia Night was a great success and a wonderful opportunity to bring together like-minded individuals who care about digital freedom. The event was sponsored by Gandi.net and No Starch Press, who both share our values and mission. It is important for events like these to continue so that we can raise awareness and continue to push for digital freedom for all.
INTEL: The article describes the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s 7th Annual Tech Trivia Night, which featured a competition between seven teams. The winning team, “Table 10,” won first place with 41 points. The event was sponsored by Gandi.net and No Starch Press, both of whom have a history of supporting digital freedom initiatives. While the event may seem lighthearted, it serves as an important opportunity to raise awareness about digital freedom issues.