cj#365> Announcing CFP96


Richard Moore

Date: Tue, 26 Dec 1995
>From: •••@••.••• (Hal Abelson)
To: "Multiple recipients of list •••@••.•••"
Subject: Computers, Freedom, and Privacy -- Call for Demos

Since its inception in 1991, the Conference on Computers, Freedom, and
Privacy has brought together experts and advocates from the fields of
computer science, law, business, public policy, law enforcement,
government, and many other areas to explore how computer and
telecommunications technologies are affecting freedom and privacy.

CFP96 -- the Sixth Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy --
will be held on March 27-30, 1996, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  CFP96
is hosted by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology and The World
Wide Web Consortium.

CFP96 is soliciting demonstrations of technology that will be of
interest to conference attendees.  Examples are technologies for

    -systems for voice and data encryption
    -smart cards
    -electronic money and secure funds transfer
    -bugging devices
    -crime tracking
    -assembling personal dossiers
    -public access to the network
    -on-line activism and political organizing
    -access to government information
    -content-based network access control

If you are interested in demonstrating something at CFP96, please send
a proposal to •••@••.•••.  Demonstrations may be either commercial
or non-commercial.  Proposals are due by February 1, 1996.

For more information, consult the conference we page


or send a blank email message to

Hal Abelson
Phone: (617) 253-5856   Fax: (617) 258-8682
Email: •••@••.•••
URL: http://www-swiss.ai.mit.edu/~hal/hal.html

MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Room NE43-429
545 Technology Square
Cambridge, MA 02139


 Posted by Richard K. Moore (•••@••.•••) Wexford, Ireland
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