Monthly Archives: June 2010

Broadcast schedule Of Computers, Freedom, and Privacy in a Networked Society — the 20th annual CFP conference

Given the interest in privacy and our recent forums, I thought that this would be of interest to the readership of this blog.

Broadcast schedule Of Computers, Freedom, and Privacy in a Networked
Society — the 20th annual CFP conference.
http://www.cfp2010.org/wiki/index.php/Broadcast_schedule

Tuesday

9:30: Opening remarks
9:45: Privacy and Free Speech: It’s Good for Business
11:15: Online Information Brokers and Privacy: Where’s the Balance?
1:00: Presentation of the ACM SIGCAS Making a Difference award and Intro to the Privacy Enhancing Technology Fair
1:15: Activism and Social Networking: Advocating for Privacy
2:45: Bills of rights for social network sites
5:00: Keynote: The Importance of the Accountable and Privacy-Centric Organization in the Cloud Era: Why Privacy Matters (Peter Cullen, Microsoft)

Wednesday

9:30: Can we be smart and private: Intelligent Transportation Systems
11:00: History of Cypherpunks
12:30 – 7:00: Rebroadcast of Tuesday sessions, Details TBD

Thursday

9:30: Keynote: Human Rights and the Web (Kent Walker, Google)
11:15: Can an App Do That?
1:00 – 7:00: Rebroadcast of Tuesday sessions, Details TBD
7:00: Twitter chat on the #BillOfRights hashtag

Friday

9:30: Robots and Civil Liberties
11:00: Cybersecurity Policy and the Role of .Orgs
1:00: Announcement of CFP 2011
1:15: A Social Network Users’ Bill of Rights: Debate
3:30: A Social Network Users’ Bill of Rights: Voting