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- Gender and Technology Institute, Panama + (Throughout this event, participants were i … Throughout this event, participants were involved in different tracks such as digital security, mobiles security, politics of data, gender and technology and training which were complemented with three different labs. Each track encompassed the following sessions: - Digital Security: Security basics, Browser control, Malware attacks, Server attacks and hosting solutions, Anonymity, Encryption, TAILS and Deep web. - Mobiles security: Understanding of infrastructure and mobiles, Security and privacy configuration for mobiles, Alternatives for telephony over VOIP. - Politics of data: Metadata, Criteria for selecting and developing apps, Creating and protecting databases, SEO and positioning your contents. - Gender and technology: Creative uses of social networks, Feminist campaigning taking into account privacy and security, Reporting and documenting gender based online violence, Hacking hate speech, Big data and sexual surveillance. - Training skills: ADIDS for education to technologies, Create safe spaces. Besides those sessions, there were three labs at the end of the day that people could attend: the feminist hackerspace, a science fiction lab and a self care lab. We can note that lots of participants engaged in the hackerspace even if it was not a mandatory activity. It shows that digital security and privacy are concepts that they understood as relevant for their activity. Some didn't have any experience with free software and privacy tools before, but they were clearly in search for learning and using immediately or as soon as possible those in their routines. The other most attended lab was the self care one where the facilitator provided methodologies for dealing with stress and anxiety, how to relax and rebalance when facing fear and trauma, and provided space for exchanging on methods for collective and individual self care. The science fiction lab was also attended by some participants during the first two days but was dropped in the last two days as participants felt it was more urgent to attend the hackerspace or the self care lab. Anyhow it enabled to work on the issue of creativity and how to develop methodologies that easy the process of collective creation of imaginaries, narratives and desires in relation to our technologies and activisms.elation to our technologies and activisms.)