Private Internet Access’s long time commitment to privacy and free software makes this sponsorship a natural fit.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 03, 2016
Private Internet Access (PIA), the leading VPN service, is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor for GUADEC 2016. Every year, GNOME users from around the world gather in a different European destination for GUADEC.
This year, the official GUADEC 2016 conference will be held from August 12-14 at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology which is located in the heart of Karlsruhe, Germany; the days before and after will also feature workshops and hackfests for attending GNOME users.
Since its inception, Private Internet Access has promoted the use of uncensorable code to guarantee access to an open internet. PIA has been a member of the GNOME Foundation advisory board since 2013.
PIA, a subsidiary of London Trust Media Inc, is a long time sponsor of many events and projects borne of free software. “Private Internet Access’s long time commitment to privacy and free software makes this sponsorship a natural fit,” said Ted Kim, CEO of London Trust Media.
GUADEC has helped the GNU community gather around the successful GNOME project for over a decade and deserves commendation and recognition from this industry. PIA is committed to continued support involvement within the free and open source software community, and wishes all an eventful GUADEC 2016.
About Private Internet Access (PIA)
Private Internet Access is the leading no log VPN service provider in the world. PIA believes that access to an open internet is a fundamental human right and donates effusively to EFF and FFTF to promote privacy causes internationally. Based out of North America, PIA has over 3300 servers in 24 countries that provide reliable, encrypted VPN tunnel gateways for whatever the use case. Please visit us at http://www.privateinternetaccess.com for more information.
The GNOME User and Developer Europe Conference (GUADEC) is an annual gathering of GNOME developers, enthusiasts and individual, business, education and users. It provides an international forum for GNOME project members to showcase their work and to discuss the future of GNOME development. Held in a different European country each year, GUADEC is home to discussion on strategies and the future of open source software. For more information on GUADEC, visit 2016.guadec.org.