[LINK] Fwd: CFP2004 Registration Is Open
Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Sat Feb 21 09:10:39 EST 2004
The Computers, Freedom & Privacy conference is an important event;
so I draw the registration call to linkers' attention.
(I regret that I won't be there. As I notified to link last year, at:
the extremist authoritarianism of the US Administration is such that
the country is off my travelling agenda for the foreseeable future).
>Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 15:16:44 -0500
>From: announce at cfp2004.org
>To: roger.clarke at anu.edu.au
>Subject: CFP2004 Registration Is Open
>Computers, Freedom and Privacy 2004
>April 20-23, 2004
>Berkeley, California (Claremont Hotel)
>The Fourteenth Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy (CFP2004)
>is open for registration.
>Computers, Freedom & Privacy brings together key representatives from
>government, business, education, and nonprofits to discuss and debate
>the technology trends and public policy issues affecting privacy and
>CFP explores what is and considers what can be. This year's program
>reflects the security focus of our post-9-11 environment, the ongoing
>battles between copyright and technology, and the growing use of the
>Internet and computing technology in campaigns and elections. It
>examines where technology is currently headed, and asks where our values
>should lead it.
>Panelists will consider whether profiling and data mining can assist in
>identifying terrorists, and if so, whether it can be accomplished in a
>manner that protects privacy.
>Speakers will debate the privacy and liberty implications of suing
>individual consumers for distributing music and movies online, and
>explore alternative methods for compensating artists and distributors of
>Technologists will discuss the risks posed by current electronic voting
>systems, and political organizers will discuss the way in which the
>Internet is shaping political campaigns and issue advocacy.
>The three day conference is certain to challenge assumptions, raise new
>questions, and foster continued debate about the role of technology in
>society and its relation to freedom and privacy.
>Keynote speakers include David Dill and Brewster Kahle.
>Seven preconference half-day tutuorials are offered covering topics such
>as authentication, network surveillance, radio frequency identification
>tags (RFID), telecommunications policy and consumer privacy notices.
>Additionally, one preconference full-day Workshop, "Privacy and Civil
>Liberties Issues in Computing Applications Research and Development"
>rounds out the offerings.
>A limited number of need-based scholarships for participation and travel
>are available to participants from Africa, SE Europe, former Soviet
>Union states, and SE Asia.
> Registration - http://www.regmaster.com/cfp2004.html
> Program - http://www.cfp2004.org/program/
> Tutorials - http://www.cfp2004.org/program/
> Workshop - http://www.cfp2004.org/program/
> Scholarships - http://www.cfp2004.org/scholarships.html
>We hope to see you at CFP2004!
>Deirdre K. Mulligan
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>Please address all other queries to: feedback at cfp2004.org. Please do
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