Audio and video tapes of CFP2000 sessions will be available for sale following each session. Download an order form below. RealAudio recordings will also be available a few weeks after the conference.
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Wednesday, April 5
Domain Names under ICANN: Technical Management or Policy Chokepoint
New Justice Technologies: Does Existing Privacy Law Contemplate Their Capabilities?
Lunch speaker: Steve Talbott
Security and Privacy in Broadband Internet Services
Privacy Commissioners: Powermongers, Pragmatists or Patsies?
Speaker: Mozelle W. Thompson, FTC Commissioner AND Get Me Pastry Cline - 25 Years of Privacy Journal's Wacky Mail
Dinner speaker: Neal Stephenson
Thursday, April 6
Keynote speaker: Duncan Campbell
Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy
Negotiating the Global Rating and Filtering System: Opposing Views of the Bertelsmann Foundations Self-regulation of Internet Content Proposal
Lunch speaker: Jessica Litman
Circumvention: Tool for Freedom or Crime?
Infomediaries and Negotiated Privacy
Human Subjects Research in Cyberspace
Network Society as Seen by Two European Underdogs
The Media and Privacy
Who Am I and Who Says So?: Privacy and Consumer Issues in Authentication
Keynote speaker: Tim O'Reilly
Friday, April 7
Building Diversity Online
Internet Voting: Spurring or Corrupting Democracy? A Debate
Hot Topics: Health Privacy
Lunch speaker: Whitfield Diffie
Broadband and Speech
Is Technology Neutral?
Governance of the Internet
Personal Data Privacy in the Pacific Rim
Campaign Finance Law and Free Expression
Ten Years of CFP: Looking Back, Looking Forward