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CFP2009 ONLINE at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cfp09

FULL PROGRAM HERE


  Monday, June 1 Tuesday, June 2 Wednesday, June 3 Thursday, June 4
9:00 - 10:30 Twittering in the Trenches keynotes: Ari Melber on Net movements, Shireen Mitchell on Technology Keynote panel: Computers, Freedom and the Obama Administration

Moderated by Eric Lichtblau, New York Times. Featuring Susan Crawford (Special Assistant to the President for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy), Declan McCullagh (CNET News), Caroline Fredrickson (Director, ACLU Washington Legislative Office), Peter Swire (Ohio State University, Center for American Progress; former Chief Counselor for Privacy for US Government)

Privacy, Online Advertising and the Future of the Internet

Moderated by Amy Schatz (Wall Street Journal), featuring Jeff Chester (Center for Digital Democracy), Amina Fazlullah (USPIRG), Mike Hintze (Microsoft), Jane Horvath (Google), Jessica Rich (Federal Trade Commission), Mike Zaneis (Interactive Advertising Bureau)

Keynote: Rebecca McKinnon, "Internet and Activism: 20 years after Tienanmen"

Panel: The Internet and Social Change in China

10:45 - 12:00 Privacy advocates on social networks The Future of Security vs. Privacy

featuring Bruce Schneier (CSTO, BT), Jim Harper (Director of Information Policy Studies, CATO Institute), Stewart Baker (former Assistant Secretary for Policy, DHS and former General Counsel, NSA), and Valerie Caproni (General Counsel, FBI)

Join the Impact and the DREAM Activists: perspectives from the next generation (10:15)

Does government secrecy still make sense in the Internet age? (11:00)


Online Activism Around the World (10:45)
12:00 - 1:30 Lunch Keynote: Craig Newmark The Future of Print (12:30) Deep Packet Inspection (12:15)
2:00  - 3:15 The Google Book Deal Airport "Behavior Detection" Programs The Politics and Technology of DNA Databases (1:45)
3:30 - 4:45 Mike Godwin on legal perspectives

Discussion: Social networks and computers, freedom, and privacy

Cloud Computing, Privacy and Free Speech Cyber-Security and the New Administration Towards a Global Privacy Regime (3:15)
4:45 - 6:00 Quick takes: 5 minute sessions Closing plenary: Panopticon: Internalizing the Gaze

Moderator: Lillie Coney, Associate Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center. Featuring Pat Elder (Maryland Peace Activist),
Steven Hatfill MD (physician, virologist and bio-weapons expert; former suspect in 2001 Anthrax attacks), Thomas Tamm (anonymous initial whistleblower to The New York Times regarding warrantless NSA surveillance), Rebecca MacKinnon (Open Society Fellow, Co-founder GlobalVoicesOnline.org, University of Hong Kong), and Anne Roth (Berlin journalist, media activist, and blogger)