In pictures: Chaos Communications Congress 29C3

Jan 7, 2013

The Chaos Communication Congress (CCC) is an annual meeting of the international hacker scene, organised by the Chaos Computer Club. The congress features lectures and workshops on technical and political issues. The 29th event, 29C3, was held in Hamburg in December. Photos via Flickr. Ongoing coverage here.

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  The CCC rocket outside of the Congress Centrum Hamburg. Notice the dodgy C in the upper right corner, which industrious hackers installed over the letter H. Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/dschanoeh/8320793933/">Jan-Niklas Meier</a>  
 

The CCC rocket outside of the Congress Centrum Hamburg. Notice the dodgy C in the upper right corner, which industrious hackers installed over the letter H. Credit: Jan-Niklas Meier

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