Thursday, 22 April 2004

"Travel Data and Privacy" forum tonight at CFP

I’ll be leading a background and status briefing and strategy session on Travel Data and Privacy tonight, Thursday, 22 April 2004, at the Computers, Freedom, and Privacy conference.

My notes indicate some of what I’ll be trying to cover in the briefing, which will be followed by a strategy discussion on how to protect the privacy of travellers and our freedom to travel.

The schedule has been changed to reduce the time for these “Birds-of-a-Feather” sessions from 3 hours to 90 minutes, with the new time from 10:00-11:30 p.m. The location has also been changed to the “Living Room” at the conference venue, the Claremont Hotel and Resort (where Ashby Ave. turns into Tunnel Rd., on the Oakland/Berkeley line).

Most of the CFP conference is open only to paid registrants and press, but I’ve been told that “BoF” sessions like this are free and open to the public. I apologize for the inaccessibility of the venue by public transport late at night (it is possible to bike up the hill from Ashby or Rockridge BART station), but I hope to see some of you there, beyond just CFP attendees.

Link | Posted by Edward on Thursday, 22 April 2004, 09:42 ( 9:42 AM)
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