26th Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin

ENTER THE DRAGON

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Under a banner of “Here be dragons,” an inscription found on old navigational charts, the Chaos Computer Club held its annual conference for the 26th time.

Guarded by a watchful dragon, the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) welcomed some 4,000 visitors to Berlin’s Congress Center at Alexanderplatz. Despite having to wait in line, visitors were able to experience around 80 talks.

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