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Computers, Freedom, and Privacy in a Networked Society -- the 20th annual CFP conference.
June 15-18, 2010, in San Jose California and cyberspace!
The twentieth annual ACM Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference was held at the San Jose State University Student Union in downtown San Jose.
Thanks to the generous support of San Jose State University, Microsoft, and Google, we were been streaming live video all week.
If you weren't able to watch it live, no worries. Recorded videos are available for all the sessions we streamed -- see below.
#BillOfRights: The Social Network Users' Bill of Rights
During the conference, we drafted a bill of rights for social network users, also known as #BillOfRights. You can see and discuss the final draft on our blog, Facebook, and Twitter. As agreed in the closing session, the final text.
CFP is the leading policy conference exploring the impact of the Internet, computers and communications technologies on society. For information about prior CFP conferences, look here.
Videos from CFP 2010. The broadcast schedule has links out to the details for each session.