Chaos Communication Camp
The Chaos Communication Camp is an international meeting of hackers, held near Berlin since 1999 every four years. It is organized by the Chaos Computer Club (CCC ), which also hosts the annual Chaos Communication Congress. The first two meetings in 1999 and 2003 were held on the Paulshof in Altlandsberg. The third camp was held from 8 to 12 August 2007, and the fourth camp from 10th to August 14th, 2011 on the grounds of the Aviation Museum Finowfurt instead.
The Chaos Communication Camp offers German and English information sessions on technical and social issues, such as privacy, freedom of information and data security. It is supplemented by workshops and about 30 " Villages " that should correspond tent cities with a thematic focus. 2007, there was a charter flight from the Def -Con conference in Las Vegas over Frankfurt am Main on the camp - site within the project Hackers on a Plane.
In an " Art & Beauty " section above all artistic areas of technology such as light installations and music will be presented. Each participant has the opportunity to build your own tent along with computers and to connect to the built by the CCC Camp 's own power supply and a fast internet connection. In addition to radio distributors for the networking of the site stocked with network technology toilets (so-called Datenklos ) are provided.
In addition to journals from the information industry and the traditional media and television stations covering the event.