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In order to make it possible for more full-time students to attend the CFP2000 conference, we will award a limited number of student stipends to pay for travel, accommodation expenses, and registration fees. Students who receive stipends will be asked to write brief articles about one or two conference sessions. To apply for a stipend, please download the application form and submit it via postal mail. Applications must be received by January 31. Student stipends are funded by a generous grant from the USENIX Association.

Law Enforcement Officials, Prosecutors, and Criminal Defense Attorneys

The CFP conference has a long tradition of being a meeting place of hackers, law enforcement, journalists, government officials, and net.heads. To ensure that this tradition is kept alive at CFP2000, the conference will award three scholarships to qualified Feds and criminal defense attorneys. Federal, state or local law enforcement officials, DAs, prosecutors, and criminal defense attorneys may apply. Please send an estimate of the expense you will need to cover your trip to CFP 2000 including registration, air fare, and hotel accommodations, along with a short biography and any other relevant material to by January 31. Please note: scholarships are specifically designed to allow individuals to attend whose parent organization will not provide the funding for conference attendance. You are not expected to participate on any panels, just come provide the balance we believe is necessary for a successful CFP. Scholarships are funded by a generous grant from mindshare Internet Campaigns LLC.

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