Carnivore, cybercrime take prime time

    Date07 Mar 2001
    CategoryGovernment
    3183
    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Carnivore, cryptography and cybercrime are just a few of the topics on tap this week at a high-profile conference concerning recent developments in Internet policy and civil liberties. The Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference 2001 kicks off in Cambridge, Mass., on . . . Carnivore, cryptography and cybercrime are just a few of the topics on tap this week at a high-profile conference concerning recent developments in Internet policy and civil liberties. The Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference 2001 kicks off in Cambridge, Mass., on Tuesday and will feature a forum for privacy watchdogs, free-speech activists and human-rights specialists to discuss how the Internet is changing society.

    The conference will include speakers such as Privacy Foundation Chief Privacy Officer Richard Smith, cryptographer and Zero-Knowledge Systems Chief Scientist Ian Goldberg, and Peter Swire, the former chief counselor for privacy for the U.S. government.

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