Tuesday, April 16th

"Fair Use By Design?" Workshop 9am-5:30pm

California Room

Morning Tutorials 9am-12:30pm

  • T1 Constitutional Law in Cyberspace Cathedral A
  • T2 What Are Biometrics, and How Do They Work? Telegraph Hill A & B
  • T3 Introduction to Cryptography Cathedral B

Afternoon Tutorials 2-5:30pm

  • T4 The Electronic Communications Privacy Act: A Primer and Update Cathedral A
  • T5 Internet Activism Basics: What Works, What Doesn't and What Will Get You Arrested Telegraph Hill A & B
  • T6 Building a Privacy Program for Your Business or Organization Cathedral B

Wednesday, April 17th

7:30-8:30am Continental Breakfast Mezzanine Lobby

8:30-9:30am Opening Speaker: James Bamford, Author, Body of Secrets and The Puzzle Palace Grand Ballroom

9:30-10:45am Plenary Session #1 National ID Card: The Next Generation Grand Ballroom

11:15am-12:30pm Plenary Session #2 Truth is the First Casualty of War - Availability of Information Post 9/11 Grand Ballroom

12:30-2:00pm Luncheon Keynote: US Federal Trade Commission Chairman Timothy J. Muris El Dorado Room

2:00-3:15pm Plenary Session #3 PATRIOT and Privacy Grand Ballroom

3:45-5:00pm Plenary Session #4 Biometrics Face-Off: Can Biometrics Systems Promise Better Security without Destroying Privacy and Civil Rights? Grand Ballroom

6:00-8:00pm Dinner Keynote: California Attorney General Bill Lockyer El Dorado Room

9:30pm-12:00am Birds of a Feather Sessions (BoFs)

Thursday, April 18th

7:30-8:15am Continental Breakfast Mezzanine Lobby

8:15-8:45am Statistics and Slobodan: Crunching Big Data for the Milosevic case at the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia Grand Ballroom

8:45-10:00am Plenary Session #5 How to Hack an Election Grand Ballroom

10:00-11:15am Plenary Session #6 Who Goes There? Privacy in Identity and Location Services Grand Ballroom

11:30am-12:45pm Concurrent Sessions 1-5

  • Concurrent Session #1 - Open Source Cathedral A
  • Concurrent Session #2 - Getting it Right: Global Internet Policy Issues Cathedral B
  • Concurrent Session #3 - ICANN in Year 3 Golden Gate Rooms
  • Concurrent Session #4 - A Prognosis for Use of Health, Medical, and Genetic Information Telegraph Hill Rooms
  • Concurrent Session #5 - Bridging the Digital Divide: The Bay Area and Beyond California Room

12:45-2:15pm Luncheon Keynote: Larry Irving, Irving Group El Dorado Room

2:15-3:30pm Plenary Session #7 Grassroots Goes Global: Activism Online Grand Ballroom

3:45-5:30pm Plenary Session #8 The DMCA and You Grand Ballroom

5:30-6:30pm Debate on the Future of Intellectual Property Grand Ballroom

9:30pm-12:00am Birds of a Feather Sessions (BoFs)

Friday, April 19th

7:30-8:30am Continental Breakfast Mezzanine Lobby

8:30-9:30am Morning Keynote: California State Senator Jackie Speier Grand Ballroom

9:30-10:45am Plenary Session #9 Public Records "How Public is too Public? Public Records and Personal Privacy" Grand Ballroom

11:15am-12:15pm Plenary Session #10 Are the Tools the Rules?: The Future of the Digital Commons Grand Ballroom

12:30-2:00pm Box Lunch Concurrent Sessions 6-10

  • Concurrent Session #6 - The Promise of Privacy Enhancing Technologies Cathedral A
  • Concurrent Session #7 - The Role of Consumer Education in Protecting Privacy Cathedral B
  • Concurrent Session #8 - Peer to Peer and Copyright Golden Gate Rooms
  • Concurrent Session #9 - International Security Cooperation and Privacy El Dorado Rooms
  • Concurrent Session #10 - Privacy and Private Litigation Telegraph Hill Rooms

2:00-3:15pm Plenary Session #11 Should We Meet John Doe? Civil Litigation and Anonymity in Cyberspace Grand Ballroom

3:15-3:45pm Break Mezzanine Lobby

3:45-5:00pm Closing Keynote: Bruce Sterling, Author, Zeitgeist and Hacker Crackdown Grand Ballroom


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