We are at risk of entering the age of hacker prohibition, where only in an 0day speakeasy will you be able to speak freely of neat hacks. Belly up to the bar and drink in the knowledge of proposed cybersecurity regulations like the Wassenaar Arrangement that classifies "intrusion software technology" as an export-controlled dual-use cyberweapon of doom (PEW PEW!!). Stunt hackers both help and hurt the cause as they drive up vendor and consumer awareness of all the security problems they face when code is in cars and planes, but also drive a flailing legislative knee-jerk of proposed anti-hacking legislation - like putting on the One RingZero and attracting the mighty gaze of the Eye of Cyberlaw. Katie Moussouris will share insights from working closely with policy makers and human rights organizations from across the globe and explore changes to the regulations, how they affect security researchers, and what you can do about it. Bottoms up!