Early Bird Registration for the Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference is up on Friday and, if you're like me, you probably haven't registered yet. So here is your reminder... go register!
It looks like a great conference -- John Morris and I are speaking from CDT. Here are all the details:
COMPUTERS, FREEDOM, AND PRIVACY: TECHNOLOGY POLICY '08
18th Annual CFP conference
May 20-23, 2008
New Haven, CT
Hotel Conference Discount Deadline: May 1, 2008
Early Bird Registration: Fri., May 2, 2008
Yale Journal of Law and Technology Tech Policy Essay Contest: Mon., May 5, 2008
ABOUT CFP: TECHNOLOGY POLICY `08
What should the technology policy priorities of the next administration be?
As the choice of presidential candidates becomes clearer and election year moves towards a comparison of the candidates' platforms on the issues, technology policy is increasingly relevant to the forefront of public debate. In the areas of privacy, intellectual property, cybersecurity, telecommunications, and freedom of speech, topics that were once confined to experts now appear in the mainstream of political issues.
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