At CFP Today

by on June 2, 2009 · 7 comments

I’ll be speaking on a panel titled “The Future of Security vs. Privacy” today at the Computers Freedom and Privacy conference. If you’re in Washington, D.C., come on by the Marvin Center at George Washington University and head up to the third floor. The conference continues through the week.

The organizers say C-SPAN will be recording parts of today, and it is supposed to be streamed live here. You Twitterers can follow the conversation by checking out the official hashtag: #cfp09. Be sure to say your piece, as well.

  • http://bennett.com/blog Richard Bennett

    Your panel is archived on the C-Span site. The video has both the keynote panel and your panel, and you start about 1:45 or so, not that you want to see yourself on the TV.

  • http://bennett.com/blog Richard Bennett

    Your panel is archived on the C-Span site. The video has both the keynote panel and your panel, and you start about 1:43 or so, not that you want to see yourself on the TV.

  • http://bennett.com/blog Richard Bennett

    Your panel is archived on the C-Span site. The video has both the keynote panel and your panel, and you start about 1:43 or so, not that you want to see yourself on the TV.

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