Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Computers, Freedom & Privacy 2009

I'm lucky enough to be at Computers Freedom & Privacy 2009, which has just started in George Washington University with a opening talk from Susan Crawford. She's been appointed as Special Assistant to the President for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, and her talk (and the hosting of CFP in Washington this year) reflects a buzz of excitement here about the new administration and the possibility for change in technology and privacy policy.

Video of most of the conference proceedings is being streamed live online. There's also a twitter feed at #cfp09 and an event blog.

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