[At-Large] Fwd: [ISOC-AU-mems] Call: Computers, Freedom and Privacy, Washington, Mar 2013

Holly Raiche h.raiche at internode.on.net
Fri Nov 9 00:46:16 UTC 2012

I am not sure how many of you will have received this from other lists, but particularly for those in the US - or interested in this topic and want to contribute....

Holly Raiche

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Roger Clarke <Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au>
> Date: 8 November 2012 5:11:51 PM AEDT
> To: iamems at lists.isoc-au.org.au (ISOC-AU Members Discussion List)
> Subject: [ISOC-AU-mems] Call: Computers, Freedom and Privacy, Washington, Mar 2013
>     For time and the world do not stand still.  Change is the law
>     of life.  And those who look only to the past or the present
>     are certain to miss the future.  --- John F. Kennedy
> To the CFP Community:
> We need your help.  CFP relies on the expertise of the CFP community
> of experts --- advocates, academics, technologists and policymakers
> and influencers to help plan the CFP conferences.  We are now putting
> out a call for proposals for CFP2013.  Proposals can be for potential
> speakers, panelists, and debate topics.
> The theme of the conference is "Our Computers, Our Freedom:  Can You
> Trust Anyone in the Digital Age?" and we will be focusing on the
> three tracks of the conference --- Track 1: Technology; Track 2:
> Freedom; Track 3: Privacy.  The Program Committee's goal for CFP2013
> is to have a balanced mix of all topics and is especially welcome to
> proposals related to the technology aspects of our digital world.
> Proposals can be submitted here:
> http://www.cfp.org/2013/wiki/index.php/Submission_guidelines
> The deadline for submissions is December 15.  Submitters will be
> notified as their proposals are accepted.
> The CFP2013 Program Committee will review the proposals and create
> the agenda for next year's conference.  As in years past, the Program
> Committee may offer suggestions to draw out topics, recommend that
> similar proposals be combined into one session, and help in securing
> panelists and keynote speakers.
> CFP's success is largely due to the active participation of the public
> interest, nonprofit, corporate, and government community.  Every year
> CFP draws a robust group together to discuss and debate the issues
> of the day --- technology, freedom, and privacy.  Your continued
> participation and engagement is critical to CFP's continued success.
> Thanks.
> CFP2013 Co-Chairs
> Frank Torres
> Microsoft
> Chris Calabrese
> American Civil Liberties Union
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