[LINK] Computers, Freedom & Privacy, Jun 2009, Washington DC

Roger Clarke Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Mon Jan 12 07:25:01 AEDT 2009

>Date: 9 Jan 2009 21:24:56 -0500
>From: announce at cfp.acm.org
>To: roger.clarke at anu.edu.au
>Subject: Deadline for CFP 2009 proposals extended to Jan 23
>Dear CFP community:
>We have received many exciting proposals for CFP 2009, however there have
>been numerous requests for a few more days to submit proposals. We are
>happy to announce that we are extending the deadline to FRIDAY, JAN. 23rd.
>Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference 2009: Creating the Future
>Request For Proposals Washington, DC, June 1-4, 2009
>** New Deadline: January 23 **
>The 19th annual Computers, Freedom, and Privacy conference is now
>accepting proposals for panels, workshop sessions, and other events.
>CFP is the leading policy conference exploring the impact of the Internet,
>computers and communications technologies on society.¬Ý It will be taking
>place in June 2009, just months into a brand new U.S. administration
>- an exciting moment in history, as we look into the future and ask,
>"Where do we go from here?"¬Ý For more than a decade, CFP has anticipated
>policy trends and issues and has shaped the public debate on the future
>of privacy and freedom in an ever more technology-filled world.
>CFP focuses on topics such as freedom of speech, privacy, intellectual
>property, cybersecurity, telecommunications, electronic democracy,
>digital rights and responsibilities, and the future of technologies and
>their implications.
>We are requesting proposals and ideas for panels, plenaries, debates,
>keynote speakers, and other sessions that will address these and related
>topics and how we can shape public policy and the public debate on these
>topics as we create the future.
>We especially encourage proposals that:
>  * Take advantage of our Washington, DC location
>  * Shed light on what we can expect from the new administration
>  * Incorporate a global and international perspective
>  * Focus on the future and what we can expect in the years to come in
>    technology and policy
>  * Include debates or otherwise present challenging points of view
>  * Inform attendees about cutting-edge technologies and issues
>However, we encourage proposals in all areas.¬Ý The more complete and
>fleshed out a proposal, the more likely it will be accepted - but we
>welcome the submission of all good ideas.
>To submit a proposal or idea for CFP 2009, please go to:
>    http://www.cfp2009.org
>The deadline has been extended until January 23, 2009.
>Many thanks and we look forward to your ideas and your participation!
>CFP 2009 co-chairs
>Jay Stanley and Cindy Southworth
Roger Clarke                  http://www.anu.edu.au/people/Roger.Clarke/

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