Organizers of DEF CON 2013, the annual hacking convention, have told the US federal government not to attend, after revelations about the NSA PRISM program and other surveillance activities have left the security community wary of the feds. In a post on the conference's homepage, DEF CON founder Jeff Moss (aka "The Dark Tangent") said that, while traditionally DEF CON has been open to a low-key federal presence, this year the various agencies should sit the show out. "This will give everybody time to think about how we got here, and what comes next" Moss suggests. The decision to uninvite - even if the invitation was only ever implied - the US government is a marked turnaround from previous years at DEF CON. In 2012, in fact, the keynote speech - which you can watch below - was given by NSA director Keith Alexander, on the topic of "Shared Values, Shared Responsibilities". DEF CON uninvites Feds after NSA PRISM backlash
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