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Here is a listing of speakers, organized by date, time and event, for this conference.

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Tuesday, June 15th

9:30am

Opening Plenary: Privacy and Free Speech: It's Good for Business

Ebele Okobi-Harris, Director of Business & Human Rights Program, Yahoo!

Ebele Okobi- Harris leads Yahoo!'s efforts to promote privacy and free expression on the internet. Prior to joining Yahoo!, Ms. Okobi-Harris worked as a corporate securities and mergers and acquisitions attorney at Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York, Paris and London. She was also an attorney fellow at Consumers Union (a consumer rights advocacy non-profit) in San Francisco and a director of Advisory Services at Catalyst (a non-profit with the mission of advancing women in business) in San Jose and Amsterdam. At Nike's Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) headquarters in Amsterdam, Ms. Okobi-Harris primarily focused on marketing and stakeholder engagement in Africa. Ms. Okobi-Harris earned a BA in Psychology from the University of Southern California, a JD from Columbia Law School and an MBA Certificate from HEC-Paris.


Francoise Gilbert, Managing Director, IT Law Group

Francoise Gilbert is the founder and managing director of the IT Law Group, a law firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. Her practice focuses on data privacy and security. She counsels companies on compliance and regulatory matters and on how to strategically manage their privacy, security, electronic workplace, and e-business legal risks.

She has handled a wide variety of data privacy and security matters, ranging from assessments of privacy and security practices; developing and implementing enterprise-wide information privacy and security strategies, policies, and compliance programs; addressing global privacy concerns in multinational mergers& acquisitions and outsourcing arrangements; working with marketing and sales groups to weave privacy into advertizing and promotion campaigns; structuring the necessary agreements and documents to facilitate crossborder data transfers; assisting in compliance with foreign data protection laws; and preparing for, investigating, and responding to breaches of information systems security.


Andrew Bridges, Partner, Winston & Strawn, LLP

Andrew Bridges is a partner in Winston & Strawnís San Francisco office who litigates and counsels clients in high-stakes and complex commercial matters relating primarily to trademark, copyright, advertising, consumer protection, unfair competition, trade secrets, media, Internet regulation, and e-commerce law. He is vice chair of the firmís intellectual property practice and leads the firmís nonpatent intellectual property efforts.


Lauren Gelman, Founder, Blurry Edge Strategies

Lauren Gelman has been a leader in the field of cyberlaw and policy since 1995. Working in Washington DC and in Silicon Valley she played a part in many of the most important issues the Internet community has faced since its early development, specializing in privacy and surveillance, speech, intellectual property, social media and virtual worlds. She founded BlurryEdge Strategies in January 2010 to assist companies and institutions as they navigate the complex legal, policy and business strategy landscape of the social web.


Raman Khanna, Partner, ONSET Ventures

Raman Khanna has 20 years of operating experience and 15 years of investment experience in information technology. Raman was named on the Forbes Midas List as a top 100 dealmaker in 2008 and 2009. He has been involved in many start-ups that had exits valued at over $1 Billion. At ONSET, Raman is focused on software, internet infrastructure and digital media sectors. He currently serves on boards of Permuto, Serus, FirstRain and Nitronex.

Prior to becoming a managing director of ONSET, Raman co-founded Diamondhead Ventures in June 2000 where he led the firmís investments in Cavium Networks (IPO: CAVM), Reactivity (acquired by Cisco Systems), PassMark Security (acquired by RSA Security/EMC), Orative (acquired by Cisco Systems), Intraspect (acquired by Vignette), Serus, FirstRain and Nitronex.

Prior to Diamondhead Ventures, Raman worked at Stanford University for 16 years in various roles, including Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Raman also served on Advisory Boards of many global technology companies. During his Stanford tenure, Raman was actively involved with many high technology start-ups as an angel investor, advisor and board member. His portfolio included Berkeley Networks (acquired by Fore Systems), Postini (acquired by Google), Siara Networks (acquired by Redback), SupportSoft (IPO), Shopping.com (IPO), Selectica (IPO) and Entercept Security Technologies (acquired by McAfee). Raman is one of the early charter members of The Indus Entrepreneur (TiE), the worldís largest non-profit organization for entrepreneurs. Raman currently serves on the board of TiE Silicon Valley. Raman received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Delhi University, an M.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech and an MBA from Golden Gate University.


Nicole A. Ozer, Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director, ACLU of Northern California

Nicole A. Ozer is the Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Director at the ACLU of Northern California. She works on the intersection of new technology, privacy, and free speech and spearheads the organizationís new online privacy campaign, Demand your Dot Rights.

Nicole graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College, studied comparative civil rights history at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and earned her J.D. with a Certificate in Law and Technology from Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California Berkeley.

Before joining the ACLU, Nicole was an intellectual property attorney at Morrison & Foerster LLP and Nicole was recognized by San Jose Magazine in 2001 for being one of 20 ìWomen Making a Markî in Silicon Valley.

Nicoleís recent legal publications include Cloud Computing: Storm Warning for Privacy (ACLU of Northern California, 2010); Digital Books: A New Chapter for Reader Privacy (ACLU of Northern California, 2010) Privacy and Free Speech: Itís Good for Business (ACLU of Northern California, 2009). Nicole blogs regularly at Bytes and Pieces




11:15am

Plenary: Online Information Brokers and Privacy: Where's the Balance?


Joanne McNabb: Chief, California Office of Privacy Protection, Moderator

Joanne McNabb has been Chief of the California Office of Privacy Protection since it opened in 2001. The first-in-the-nation Office is a resource and advocate on privacy issues. In addition to providing information and education for consumers, the Office also publishes privacy practice recommendations for business and other organizations.

McNabb is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, which specializations in Government and Information Technology. She is co-chair of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Government Working Group, serves on the Privacy Advisory Committee to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and is a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute, a research center on privacy, data protection and information security policy.

Before starting the Office of Privacy Protection, McNabb had over 20 years experience in public affairs and marketing, in both the public and private sectors, including five years with an international marketing company in France. She attended Occidental College and holds a master’s degree in Medieval Literature from the University of California, Davis.


Beth Givens, Director, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, moderator


Jim Adler, Chief Privacy Officer, Intelius Inc.


Pam Dixon, Executive Director, World Privacy Forum


Les Rosen, President, Employment Screening Resources

Lester S. Rosen is an attorney at law and president of Employment Screening Resources (ESR) , a national background screening firm headquartered in Novato, CA. He has authored two books on screening and hiring: ìThe Safe Hiring Manual: The complete guide to keeping criminals, terrorists, and imposters out of your workplace," and ìThe Safe Hiring Audit: The employerís guide to implementing a safe hiring program."

He was the chairperson of the steering committee that founded the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) and served as its first co-chair.

He is considered an expert in employment screening background checks, and is a speaker frequently at nationwide human resources, fraud and security conferences. He has testified as an expert on employment screening background checks in negligent hiring cases in California, Florida and Arkansas.

Mr. Rosen graduated UCLA with Phi Beta Kappa honors, and received a J.D. degree from the University of California at Davis School of Law, serving on the school Law Review. While practicing law, he specialized in criminal law and his practice has included federal crimes and death penalty cases. He holds the highest attorney rating of A.V. in Martindale-Hubbell. He has served as an adjunct professor of law teaching criminal law and procedure at Hastings College of the Law, and served as faculty member and program chairman of the Hastings College of Trial Advocacy in San Francisco.

He has also been active in working on legislation in California. In 2002, he worked with the California legislature to amend AB 655, a law that adversely affected employers in the area of reference checks and hiring in California. He continues to be involved in working on California legislation effecting employers.



1:15pm

Privacy Enhancing Technology Fair

Privacy Choices Online

Ed Palmieri: Privacy Counsel, Facebook


Joanne McNabb: Chief, California Office of Privacy Protection

Joanne McNabb has been Chief of the California Office of Privacy Protection since it opened in 2001. The first-in-the-nation Office is a resource and advocate on privacy issues. In addition to providing information and education for consumers, the Office also publishes privacy practice recommendations for business and other organizations.

McNabb is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, which specializations in Government and Information Technology. She is co-chair of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Government Working Group, serves on the Privacy Advisory Committee to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and is a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute, a research center on privacy, data protection and information security policy.

Before starting the Office of Privacy Protection, McNabb had over 20 years experience in public affairs and marketing, in both the public and private sectors, including five years with an international marketing company in France. She attended Occidental College and holds a master’s degree in Medieval Literature from the University of California, Davis.


Investing in Privacy Technologies and Services

Vincent Cogan: Corporate Counsel, Silicon Valley Bank

Vincent Cogan is an in-house transactional attorney with experience in a wide variety of areas including technology transfer and licensing, service agreements, Internet and privacy law, and complex business transactions. He focuses his practice on business and client objectives, and maximizing efficiencies in business and corporate legal processes.


Jason Kobus: Security Project Manager, Privacy Program at Silicon Valley Bank


Activism and Social Networking: Advocating for Online Privacy

Christina Gagnier

Christina Gagnier serves as the managing partner of Gagnier Margossian LLP's consultancy and leads the Intellectual Property and Technology legal practice. Gagnier focuses on the intersection of on and offline action, specializing in cyberspace law, telecommunications, Government 2.0, startups, transparency and privacy, and previously worked for Lawrence Lessig. Gagnier holds a Master's in Public Administration from the University of Southern California and is a graduate of the University of San Francisco School of Law. Read more here<http://gamallp.com/2009/11/24/christina-gagnier/>


Shahid Buttar


Harry Waisbren
Professionally, Harry Waisbren is the Community Manager of Qworky, a Seattle-based startup company building software the social media way, as well as a social media strategist for IPic Theaters. Politically, he is a lead organizer for Get FISA Right, and has further taken part in a litany of projects on the cutting edge of both online and on the ground activism. More than anything, he is inspired by Martin Luther King's call for a Person Oriented Society, and believes that a Person Oriented Media is the means to get there.



2:45pm

Privacy Enhancing Technology Fair


Workshop: Foundations for Trust Online


Kirk Hanson: Director, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University

Kirk Hanson has been the Executive Director of the Markkula Center at Santa Clara University since 2001 and previously held the title University Professor of Organizations and Society. A pioneer in the study of business ethics, Hanson taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business for 23 years prior to coming to Santa Clara. He has consulted with more than 100 business, health care, government and nonprofit organizations on ethics in his 40-year career. He is widely quoted in the press on ethical issues facing society.


Courtney Meehan: Author, The Technological Citizen

Courtney Meehan is from Menlo Park, Calif., and is a Psychology major. For her fellowship year, she has created a blog called "The Technological Citizen" on which she is exploring the ethical implications of technological developments in such areas as information technology, neuroscience, and the environment. Her blog can be found at TheTechnologicalCitizen.com


HOT TOPICS: Computer Networks


Rich Seifert: RICH SEIFERT, M.S.E.E., M.B.A President of Networks and Communications Consulting, Los Gatos, CA.

Mr. Seifert was one of the original designers of the 10 Mb/s Ethernet system, and author of the EC-Intel-Xerox Ethernet specifications. He had broad technical responsibility for all of DEC's LAN products until 1984, when he helped launch Industrial Networking, a msnufacturer of factory LAN products. Since 1988, Mr. Seifert has provided consulting services to a wide range of computer and communications systems manufacturers, semiconductor companies and large end users.

He is co-author of numerous IEEE 802.1, 802.3, and 802.4 standards, was chairman and editor of the IEEE 802.3x Full Duplex/Flow Control standard, and recently completed editing the IEEE 802.3ad standard for Link Aggregation. His book, Gigabit Ethernet: Technology and Applications for High-Speed LANs, was published by Addison-Wesley in 1998; "The Switch Book: The Comprehensive Guide to LAN Switching Technology", was published by John Wiley & Sons in 2000. Rich's current areas of interest include work on Gigabit Ethernet products, switching and routing silicon, Storage Area Networks, protocol design, and new network architectures.

He is actively involved in funding and starting new companies developing innovative network technologies, and sits as a Director and/or Technical Advisor on a number of corporate boards. Mr. Seifert teaches courses on networking for the University of California, both at Berkeley and Santa Cruz, Oxford University, and many private companies, and has the world's largest collection of outrageous neckties.


Social network users' bill of rights

This is an open discussion.




5:00pm

Keynote: Peter Cullen, Microsoft

Peter Cullen is Microsoftís Chief Privacy Strategist

Cullen is widely recognized as a pioneer in privacy and helped develop the financial industry's best practices around the collection and use of information. His work resulted in Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) establishing important competitive differentiation that remains an example to several industries. While at RBC, Cullen established the Corporate Privacy Group and its practices, a first for a Canadian financial institution. He also implemented an integrated privacy management/compliance structure for U.S. operations, which included six affiliate companies. As a result, Cullen helped RBC become recognized as a North American leader in the area of privacy management.



7:00pm

Dine around town




Wednesday, June 16

9:30am

Can we be smart and private: Smart Grids


Jules Polonestky: Co-Chair, The Future of Privacy Forum. Moderator


Mark W. Toney: Executive Director, The Utility Reform Network (TURN)


Will DeVries Policy Counsel, Google


Janice Tsai Science and Technology Policy Fellow, Office of Senate Majority Leader Dean Florez


Jennifer Urban: Berkeley Law School


Lee Tien: Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Lee Tien is a Senior Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, specializing in free speech law and privacy law.   He has published articles on children's sexuality and information technology, anonymity, surveillance, the First Amendment status of publishing computer software, and the state secrets privilege.  Before joining EFF, Lee was a sole practitioner specializing in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation.  He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Stanford University and his law degree from UC-Berkeley, where he also did graduate work in the Program in Jurisprudence and Social Policy.


Biometrics: Ubiquitous Facial Recognition and Beyond


Professor J. L. Wayman: Professor, San Jose State University


Augmented Minds


Andrea Matwyshyn: Assistant Professor, Wharton School of Law at University of Pennsylvania, moderator
http://ssrn.com/author=627948

Andrea Matwyshyn is Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.


Wiebke Abel: Research Associate, AHRC/SCRIPT at University of Edinburgh
http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/research/students/92.aspx

Wiebke Abel is a research associate and PhD candidate at the AHRC/ SCRIPT Law and Technology Centre at the University of Edinburgh, researching the interaction of artificial intelligence and law.


Shawn Harmon: Research Fellow, AHRC/SCRIPT & ESRC InnoGen at University of Edinburgh
http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/staff/ShawnHarmon_165.aspx

Shawn Harmon has explored some of the legal and bioethical issues relevant to biotechnology innovation and deployment in the healthcare setting with both AHRC SCRIPT and ESRC InnoGen for 5 years.


Lilian Edwards: Professor of Internet Law, Sheffield University
http://blogscript.blogspot.com/

Lilian Edwards is Professor of Internet Law, Sheffield University, and author of Law and the Internet (3rd edn, 2009) (with Waelde)


Miranda Mowbray: Researcher, Automated Infrastructure Lab at Hewlett Packard
http://www.hpl.hp.com/people/miranda_mowbray/

Miranda Mowbray is a technical contributor at HP Labs. She has been researching online social networks since 2001, when she co-edited Online Communities (Prentice-Hall, with Werry).


Judith Rauhofer: Research Fellow, University of Central Lancashire
http://www.uclan.ac.uk/clict

Judith Rauhofer is a research fellow specialising in online surveillance and privacy law. Although dually qualified as an attorney in Germany and the UK, she turned her back on legal practice in 2004 to become part of the higher mind known as academia.


Caroline Wilson: Lecturer, University of Southampton School of Law
Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law. Founder member - ILAWS School of Law, University of Southampton, Highfield Campus.


HOT TOPICS: Freedom




11:00am

Can we be smart and private: Intelligent Transportation Systems


Frank Kargl: Associate Professor, Distributed and Embedded Security at University of Twente in the Netherlands. Moderator
http://www.kargl.net/

Frank Kargl is Assoc. Prof. in the Distributed and Embedded Security group at University of Twente, The Netherlands. His research focuses on security and privacy in distributed systems, especially in mobile ad-hoc and vehicular networks. He is actively involved in the pan-European SeVeCom and PRECIOSA projects that address secure and privacy-preserving vehicle communication and privacy in ITS respectively.

He is author of more than 80 peer-reviewed publications, member of the ACM, regular reviewer and member of TPCs on privacy-related topics and actively contributes to on-going standardization activities in the Car2Car Communication Consortium and ETSI. He is also involved in the eSecurity Working Group that together with the Article 29 working group of European data protection agencies works on privacy guidelines for ITS.


Antonio Kung: Co-Chair, eSafety Forum eSecurity Working Group in Trialog, France


Frank Douma: Assistant Director, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota


Johann-Christoph Freytag: Professor, Humboldt University, Germany


Tom Schaffnit: President, Vehicle Safety Communications 3 Consortium (VSC3)


Privacy in Vast Data Sets: De-Identification and Re-Identification


Urs Gasser: Executive Director, Berkman Center


Alfred Spector: Vice President of Research and Special Initiatives, Google


Deven McGraw: Director of Health Privacy, Center for Democracy and Techonology


Jon Wilbanks: Vice President, Science Commons


Jules Polonetsky: Director, Future of Privacy Forum


Vitaly Shamtikov: Professor, University of Texas


Healthcare Information Technology


Pam Dixon: Executive Director, World Privacy Forum, co-chair of California Privacy and Security Advisory Board. Moderator


Lee Tien: Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)

Lee Tien is a Senior Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, specializing in free speech law and privacy law.   He has published articles on children's sexuality and information technology, anonymity, surveillance, the First Amendment status of publishing computer software, and the state secrets privilege.  Before joining EFF, Lee was a sole practitioner specializing in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation.  He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Stanford University and his law degree from UC-Berkeley, where he also did graduate work in the Program in Jurisprudence and Social Policy.


Bill Barcelona: Vice President, Government Affairs - California Association of Physician Groups (CAPG)


JoAnne McNab: Chief, California Office of Privacy Protection

Joanne McNabb has been Chief of the California Office of Privacy Protection since it opened in 2001. The first-in-the-nation Office is a resource and advocate on privacy issues. In addition to providing information and education for consumers, the Office also publishes privacy practice recommendations for business and other organizations.

McNabb is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, which specializations in Government and Information Technology. She is co-chair of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Government Working Group, serves on the Privacy Advisory Committee to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and is a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute, a research center on privacy, data protection and information security policy.

Before starting the Office of Privacy Protection, McNabb had over 20 years experience in public affairs and marketing, in both the public and private sectors, including five years with an international marketing company in France. She attended Occidental College and holds a master’s degree in Medieval Literature from the University of California, Davis.


David Nelson: Chief Privacy Officer, San Diego County


History of Cypherpunks




1:30pm

Unconference: self-organizing sessions on a wide variety of topics




2:30pm

Tutorial: Constitutional Law in Cyberspace


Mike Godwin: General Counsel, Wikimedia Foundation


Workshop: Social media analysis


Dr. Mark A. Smith: Chief Social Scientist, Connected Action Consulting




7:00pm

Evening reception




Thursday, June 17

9:30am

Keynote: Human Rights and the Web


David Drummond: Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer, Google


11:00am

Can an App Do That?


Ryan Calo: Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Information and Society, Stanford Law School. Moderator

M. Ryan Calo is a Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow at the Stanford Law School Center for Internet & Society, where he runs the Consumer Privacy Project. Prior to joining the Law School in 2008, Calo was an associate at Covington & Burling, LLP, where he advised companies on issues of data security, privacy, and telecommunications, and a law clerk to the Honorable R. Guy Cole, Jr., U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.  Calo researches and presents on the intersection of law and technology. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Associated Press, and other national and local media.  He holds a JD from University of Michigan, where he served as a Contributing Editor to the Law Review, and a BA in Philosophy from Dartmouth College.


Chris Conley: Technology and Civil Liberties Fellow, ACLU of Northern California

Chris Conley is the Technology & Civil Liberties Fellow at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Northern California, where he focuses on the intersection of privacy, free speech, and emerging technologies. He started out on the technology side, earning a Bachelor’s degree summa cum laude in electrical engineering from the University of Michigan and a Master’s degree in computer science from MIT, and spending several years as a software developer and consultant. He later received his Juris Doctorate cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. Prior to joining the ACLU in September 2008, he was a resident fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, where he studied international Internet censorship and surveillance.


Ian Glazer: Senior Analyst of Identity and Privacy Strategies, Burton Group

Ian Glazer is a research director in Gartner's Identity and Privacy Strategies service. He covers identity audit, user provisioning, controls management, and privacy. Prior to joining Gartner, Ian was senior director, of program management at Approva Corporation, director of identity strategy at Trusted Network Technologies, and senior product manager at IBM where he was a top-ranked product manager on the IBM Tivoli Identity Manager team, heading provisioning offerings for small and medium businesses. Ian is a strong advocate for industry standards and efficacy. He was a contributor to OASIS Provisioning Services Technical Committee and is a co-inventor of the patent pending Web Services Federated Provisioning. Ian is a frequent speaker and panelist at identity leadership events and is an active blogger identity management, privacy, and security issues.


Jennifer Lynch: Lecturer in Residence & Supervising Attorney, Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, U.C. Berkeley School of Law

Jennifer Lynch is an attorney and fellow with the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic at Berkeley Law. She focuses on privacy and intellectual property issues in emerging technologies and has written and spoken on many the ethical implications of investigations on social networking sites, privacy and digital books, privacy and the Smart Grid, anticircumvention and the DMCA, authentication systems, defamation on the Internet, identity theft and phishing attacks, etc.


Erica Newland: Policy Analyst, Center for Democracy & Technology

Erica Newland is a Policy Analyst at the Center for Democracy & Technology. She works in the Washington, DC office on policy issues related to consumer privacy. She is a member of the Device API and Policy Working Group within the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Prior to joining CDT, Erica spent time in Beijing on a Richard U. Light Fellowship and, before that, at Microsoft Research Asia. Erica received a B.S. in Applied Mathematics from Yale University.


George Scriban: Senior Global Strategist, Microsoft HealthVault

As Senior Global Strategist for Microsoft HealthVault, George Scriban is responsible for product strategy in such areas as privacy policies, security strategy, and compatibility with industry standards. Before joining Microsoft in 2007, Scriban served as research director with The Research Board, a private think tank serving senior IT leaders from Global 200 organizations. There Scriban ran the Digital Security Board, which included member companies CIGNA, Merck, and Boeing.


Tim Sparapani: Director of Public Policy, Facebook

Tim Sparapani is the director of public policy at Facebook. Tim is responsible for developing and implementing the company’s interaction with the federal, state and local governments and with opinion and policy makers.  Tim’s specialty is privacy and constitutional law. Prior to joining Facebook, Tim was senior legislative counsel at the American Civil Liberties Union, where he helped advance the constitutional principle of the right to privacy, representing the ACLU before Congress, the Executive Branch and before the media. For the more than four years preceding his time at the ACLU, Tim served as an associate at the law firm of Dickstein Shapiro where he helped clients navigate interconnecting constitutional, statutory, political and policy challenges.  Tim holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University and a J.D. from the law school at the University of Michigan.


CFP from a Corporate Perspective


Lance Cottrell: Chief Scientist, Anonymizer

Lance Cottrell founded Anonymizer in 1995 and is an internationally recognized expert in cryptography‚ online privacy‚ and Internet security. He has addressed conferences such as the Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference‚ the Organization For Economic Cooperation and Development in Europe‚ and the MIT Forum. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional and principal author on multiple Internet privacy and security technology patent applications. In addition to sitting on the Steering Committee for Software as a Service (SaaS) with the San Diego Software Industry Council (SDSIC)‚ he is also an active member of InfraGard and the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA). Cottrell holds a MS in Physics from the University of California San Diego and a BS in Physics from the University of California Santa Cruz.


Fran Maier: President and Executive Chair of the Board of TRUSTe

Fran Maier is the President and Executive Chair of the Board of TRUSTe. Fran has over 15 years of experience building consumer brands and enhancing consumer trust online. In her role as President, Fran’s operational responsibilities include oversight of marketing and policy functions.

Since Fran joined TRUSTe in 2001, the company has grown to certify more than 3000 web sites, including Microsoft, eBay, Facebook, Apple, the NFL, and AT&T. Under her leadership, TRUSTe has expanded its services, market and brand presence.

In 2008, she led TRUSTe’s board and management through the transition from non-profit industry association to for-profit company, raising significant capital from Accel Partners. Since that time TRUSTe has introduced new products aimed at the Small and Medium sized business market, entered into new distribution relationships, and expanded its technology capabilities for enhanced scanning and monitoring.

As a co-founder of Match.com, Fran established credibility, safety, and trust in online dating, making Match.com the leading online dating service. In executive marketing roles at Women.com and Kmart’s BlueLight.com subsidiary, Fran both established new start-up online brands and brought blue-chip offline brands onto the Internet.

Fran speaks widely on the issues of privacy, security, and trust. She’s appeared before the Federal Trade Commission and the US Department of Commerce, and testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection.

Fran holds a BA and MBA from Stanford University and lives in Alameda, CA with her husband and two sons. In 2009, Fran won a Stevie Award for Women in Business for Best Executive in the category of Service Businesses with less than 100 employees.


David Thompson: General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer, ReputationDefender

David Thompson has deep experience in Internet technology and the law. His commercial background began with founding his first Internet business in 1996 and continued after college through serving as a management consultant to Fortune 500 companies--including advising on the launch of an extension of a $2 billion / year pharmaceutical. Highlights of his legal experience include clerking for Chief Judge Alex Kozinski of the Ninth Circuit and clerking for Justice Antonin Scalia of the Supreme Court of the United States. David is a graduate of Yale University and Stanford Law School, where he was order of the coif and salutatorian. David is the co-author of the forthcoming book Wild West 2.0.


User Generated Content: User Rights and User Wrongs


Christina Gagnier: Managing Partner, Gragnier Margossian


Micah Schaffer: Online Safety and Policy Consultant

Micah Schaffer is an online safety and policy consultant based in San Francisco. As a founding member of YouTube's operations team from 2006 to 2009, he spearheaded development of content policies, legal compliance and a comprehensive child safety program. Prior to joining YouTube, Micah worked with technology policy and intellectual property non-profit advocacy organizations including Creative Commons and IP Justice. In 2000, he worked in conjunction with the civil liberties organization Electronic Frontier Foundation to organize the defense of Universal v. Reimerdes, a First Amendment test case of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.


Carolyn Anhalt: Director of Technology, Tribe.net & Strategic Social; Translation Coordinator, The Tor Project

Carolyn Anhalt combines both internet technology and cultural communications in her work as Director of Technology for Tribe.net and Strategic Social, as well as manages the translation community for the Tor Project. Previously, she was a software engineer at Cisco Systems and Latitude Communications, working on the MeetingPlace conferencing platform. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a BA in Comparative Literature, focusing on Russian, Welsh and French.

Kaliya Hamlin: @identitywoman, founder of Internet Identity Workshop, Designer and Facilitator of unconferences

Kaliya Hamlin, @identitywoman founded She's Geeky, an unconference in 2007 to connect women in tech along with science, engineering and math.  Her regular work in the tech industry has two threads - she founded and co-facilitates the Internet Identity Workshop where user-centric identity standards (OpenID, XRD, Open Social, Salmon Protocol, Information Cards etc) are being innovated.  She is an expert in the field and blogs at Identitywoman.net. The other thread is a designer and facilitator of unconferences her clients include the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council, Read Write Web and the One Club for Art and Copy.




1:30pm

Mobile Phones and Personal Data Collection: Avoiding and Resisting Surveillance


Katie Shilton, Doctoral Student, UCLA Department of Information Studies. Moderator

Katie Shilton is a a doctoral student in Information Studies at UCLA. Her research explores privacy and ethical challenges raised by ubiquitous sensing technologies, and she lead a research project at UCLA's Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) focused on those questions.


Dorothy Attwood, Senior Vice President, Public Policy and Chief Privacy Officer, AT&T

Dorothy Attwood, Senior Vice President-Public Policy and Chief Privacy Officer for AT&T Services, Inc., leads the development and implementation of AT&Tís strategic international, federal and state public policy initiatives across all AT&T lines of business, including wireless, Internet, video and wireline services. As Chief Privacy Officer, Ms. Attwood has oversight responsibility for the development and implementation of enterprise-wide policies governing the privacy of customer information.


Mitchell Baker, CEO, Mozilla Foundation

Mitchell Baker is Chair of the Mozilla Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet. Prior to joining the Mozilla organization in 1999, Mitchell was Associate General Counsel for Netscape Communications Corporation, where she was responsible for all legal issues related to product development and intellectual property protection. During that time she wrote the Mozilla Public License, an open source license which has been widely adopted and emulated as a "middle ground" between the "BSD" license and the GNU General Public License.


Deborah Estrin, Professor of Computer Science, UCLA, and Director, Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS)
http://urban.cens.ucla.edu

Deborah Estrin is a Professor of Computer Science with a joint appointment in Electrical Engineering at UCLA, holds the Jon Postel Chair in Computer Networks, and is Founding Director of the NSF-funded Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS). Under Deborah's leadership, CENS is developing applications for mobile data collection. Most recently this work includes participatory sensing systems, leveraging the location, acoustic, image, and user-contributed data streams increasingly available globally from mobile phones. Ongoing projects include sensing campaigns for citizen science, civic engagement and STEM education, and self-monitoring applications in support of health and wellness.


Monica Lam, Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University

Monica Lam is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University. She is a co-PI in the POMI (Programmable Open Mobile Internet) 2020 project, which is an NSF Expedition started in 2008. Her current research interests are in building a decentralized, open, and trustworthy (DOT) social net.


Ginger McCall, Staff Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

Ginger McCall is Staff Counsel at EPIC, where she works on EPIC's litigation matters, including amicus curiae briefs, open records requests, and national security matters. Ms. McCall is a graduate of Cornell Law School and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in English Literature. Because of her work in civil rights, Ms. McCall was awarded the Freeman Prize for Civil and Human Rights by Cornell Law School.


Michael Rubin, Founder/CEO of PlaceBook

Michael Rubin has almost 30 years of experience in creative and entrepreneurial positions involving media and technology: publishing, design, photography, filmmaking, product development, and consumer retail. Beginning at the Lucasfilm Computer Division in 1985, he went on to a career in film and television editing (capped by his work with Bernardo Bertollucion *The Sheltering Sky* ). He was co-founder of Petroglyph Ceramic Lounge, launching the ìyou-paint-itî ceramics industry, where he remains chairman. He is the author of numerous books on digital video and editing, as well as the definitive history of Lucasfilm and the creation of Pixar. Most recently Rubin was a Director of the website at Netflix, specializing in community and network effects.


HOT TOPICS: Privacy


Lee Tien: Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Lee Tien is a Senior Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, specializing in free speech law and privacy law.   He has published articles on children's sexuality and information technology, anonymity, surveillance, the First Amendment status of publishing computer software, and the state secrets privilege.  Before joining EFF, Lee was a sole practitioner specializing in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation.  He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Stanford University and his law degree from UC-Berkeley, where he also did graduate work in the Program in Jurisprudence and Social Policy.


Katitza Rodriguez: International Rights Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Katitza Rodriguez is EFF's International Rights Director.  She concentrates on comparative policy and legal analysis of international privacy issues, with special emphasis on law enforcement, government surveillance, and cross border data flows. Her work in EFF's International Program also focuses on cybersecurity at the intersection of privacy, freedom of expression, and copyright enforcement. She is an advisor to the UN Internet Governance Forum (2009-2010), and a member of the Advisory Board of Privacy International.

Before joining EFF, Katitza was Director of the international privacy program at the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington D.C.  Katitza is well known in international policy venues for her work at the U.N. Internet Governance Forum and her pivotal role in the creation and ongoing success of the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, for which she served as the civil society liaison while at EPIC from 2009 to March 2010.  Katitza holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Lima, Peru.


Obfuscating Your Search History


David Huerta: Executive Director, SLOTmedia Group http://www.haystackproject.org/


Vincent Toubiana: TrackMeNot Developer and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at New York University


3:00pm

Net Neutrality 2.0


Allen Hammond: Director, Broadband Institute of California

Allen S. Hammond IV is the Phil and Bobbie Sanfilippo Professor of Law, and the Director Broadband Institute of California at the Santa Clara University School of Law.  He is also director of the Law and Public Policy Program at the Center for Science Technology and Society at Santa Clara University.

Professor Hammond has extensive experience in legal practice, media policy and public interest advocacy as well as teaching.  He served as general counsel of WJLA-TV (Washington, D.C.), as well as in house counsel for Satellite Business Systems (IBM) and MCI Communications Corporation.  

He has held policy positions during the Carter Administration in the Office of Telecommunications Policy (OTP) and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) where he was the first manager of the Minority Telecommunications Development Program.  He has also served as an attorney at the Media Access Project, a premier public interest law firm specializing in media advocacy in Washington, D.C.  Professor Hammond has also taught at the New York Law School (tenured professor) as well as Syracuse University College of Law, Howard University and the University of Maryland, College Park.

Professor Hammond is a former President of the Alliance for Public Technology, and a former board member and past chair of the AT&T Telecommunications Consumer Advisory Panel. He is the author of many articles and lead author in a forthcoming casebook on media regulation.


Barbara van Schewick: Assistant Professor of Law and (by Courtesy) Electrical Engineering, Director, Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School

Barbara van Schewick is an Assistant Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering (by courtesy) at Stanford’s Department of Electrical Engineering. She is the Faculty Director of Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and society.

Van Schewick̕s research focuses on the economic, regulatory, and strategic implications of communication networks. In particular, she explores how changes in the architecture of computer networks affect the economic environment for innovation and competition on the Internet, and how the law should react to these changes. This work has made her a leading expert on the issue of network neutrality. Her book "Internet Architecture and Innovation" will be published by MIT Press in June 2010.

Prior to joining the Stanford Law faculty, van Schewick was a senior researcher at the Technical University Berlin, Germany, and a nonresidential fellow of the Center for Internet and Society. Van Schewick has advised the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research on innovation and technology policy and worked with the German Federal Network Agency on spectrum policy. From August 2000 to November 2001, she was the first residential fellow at the Center for Internet and Society.


Activism & Social Networking: How 2 Run a Media Campaign in 140 Characters or Less


Tamar Gubins: Technology and Civil Liberties Policy Associate, ACLU of Northern California. Moderator

Tamar Gubins is currently a Volunteer Attorney, funded by Goodwin Procter LLP at ACLU of Northern California. Previously, she worked as a Risk Consultant at JP Morgan, and as an Opposition Research Analyst at MacWilliams Robins and Partners. Tamar is a 2009 graduate of Boalt Hall School of Law at UC-Berkeley, where she was a fellow at the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology and a Senior Annual Review Editor for the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. She holds a B.A. from Oberlin College in Politics, and has spent time working in the financial and media research fields.


Janet Fouts: Social Media Coach, Social Media Coaching Center

Janet Fouts is a social media coach, author, speaker and serial entrepreneur. Her books "Social Media Success!" and "#SOCIALMEDIA NONPROFIT tweet" draw on over 15 years of experience in online marketing and social media, working in the trenches with businesses of all sizes. In addition to her social media coaching practice Janet is founder of the Social Media Coaching Center and Sr. Partner at Tatu Digital Media, a San Jose Web design and development firm.


Deborah Pierce: Executive Director, Privacy Activism

Deborah Pierce is the executive director of PrivacyActivism. Her work focuses on consumer education campaigns, advocacy, and analysis of privacy issues, particularly with regard to social networks. PrivacyActivism is a non-profit organization that focuses on communicating visually the complexities of privacy law and policy accessible to people with no specialized expertise in privacy. PrivacyActivism has just completed a graphic novel, 'Networked: Carabella On The Run' about social networks, privacy, aliens and shoes. The novel comes out next month.


David Roth: Law Student, Santa Clara University

David Roth is a law student at Santa Clara University and an Intern with the Supreme Court of the Northern Mariana Islands. Previously he has worked for the ACLU Drug Law Reform Project and the Victorville District Attorney.


Danny OíBrien: Internet Advocacy Coordinator, Committee to Protect Journalists

Danny O'Brien is Internet Advocacy Coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists where he works to defend online reporters, bloggers, and editors from censorship and reprisal. Prior to joining CPJ he was an activist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. He helped found the Open Rights Group, the British grassroots digital rights organization, and has written and presented science and travel shows for the BBC.


Virtual Goods Offers: Trust & Reputation


Mihir Shah: Chief Revenue Officer, Offerpal Media

Mihir Headshot Mihir Shah is Chief Revenue Officer of Offerpal Media. He is responsible for all of Offerpal's commercial activities, including revenue growth and user acquisition. As such, Mihir manages the company's relationships with leading advertisers, developers and publishers.

Prior to joining Offerpal Media, Shah was Vice President, Ad Network for RockYou, a leading provider of applications and widgets across the social media space, with application properties on major social networks including Facebook, MySpace and Hi5. In a short time, Shah grew the company's revenues by more than 500% and more than quadrupled gross margin. He was responsible for 15 billion monthly ad impressions, as well as sales, account management, performance marketing, analytics, and publisher management.

Mihir also founded CookEatShare.com, a vertical social network catering to home cooks and professional chefs. Prior to that, he was the Vice President and General Manager for Direct Selling Solutions at QuinStreet, the largest performance marketing firm in the country. Earlier, Mihir was the President and CEO of Liquid Software, a Sutter Hill Ventures backed enterprise application integrator. Mihir earned his BA in Quantitative Economics from Stanford University.


Alex Gove: Vice President, Corporate Development, gWallet

Alex comes to gWallet from Walden Venture Capital, which he joined in October, 1999. At Walden, he sourced numerous investments in Digital Media and other sectors and represented Walden as both a Board Member and Observer. Before Walden, Alex was a Senior Editor and Senior Columnist at Red Herring magazine, a monthly publication focusing on the business of technology. From April, 1995, until his departure, he was responsible for the magazine's venture capital and Digital Media coverage and wrote numerous features and cover stories about leading companies and players in Silicon Valley. Alex began his career in entertainment production and investment banking. Alex graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College.


Bob Bahramipour: Vice President of Business Development, TRUSTe

Bob brings 15 years of media and Internet experience to TRUSTe. Prior to TRUSTe, Bob served as the Vice President of business development at YuMe, where he was responsible for building the largest video advertising network on the Internet. Before YuMe, as a senior member of the Yahoo! Search team Bob managed Yahoo!'s search toolbar business and oversaw product, distribution, and partnerships.

Prior to Yahoo! Bob led international partnerships at 3721 Technology Co Ltd., which was acquired by Yahoo! in 2003, and co-founded online marketplace Switchouse, Inc. where he oversaw business development. Bob is active in the technology and venture communities and serves on the board of advisors of StumbleUpon. Bob received his BS from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and attended Northwestern's J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Business.


Work in Progress: Research on Cyber Security, Trustworthy Systems, and Privacy continued


Samy El-Tawab: Ph.D. Student, Old Dominion University

Samy El-Tawab obtained his B.Sc. in Computer Science from the College of Engineering, Alexandria University, Egypt in 2002. He was appointed as a teaching assistant in the Mathematic and Engineering Physic Department at Alexandria University. In 2006, Samy obtained his M.S. degree in Computer Science from Alexandria University in the field of Networks.

He worked on the U.S. - EGYPT Joint board on scientific and technological cooperation on the project of "Redundant Traffic Encoding and Marking Scheme for Voice-Over-IP Quality of Service", 2004. In the fall of 2006, Samy started his Ph.D. program at Old Dominion University in Computer Science under the supervision of his advisor, Professor Stephan Olariu. Recently, one of his papers was awarded a prize for Excellence in Scholarship in "The College of William and Mary's Eighth Annual Graduate Research Symposium". His research interests include vehicular networks, network security in infrastructure systems, and secure wireless networks.


Bilal Fadlallah: Ph.D. Student, Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Florida

Bilal Fadlallah is a Ph.D. student in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida. He received his M.E. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the American University in Beirut. Prior to joining UF, Mr. Fadlallah worked for three years as a Software Quality Assurance Engineer at Murex Systems where he supervised the MLC team. His current research interests include Computers/Networks Security and Image Processing. He is the recipient of the University of Florida Certificate of Outstanding Academic Achievement and a fellow of the National Council for Scientific Research. His most recent work includes Onion Routing theory and applications and Graph-Based Image Registration. Mr. Fadlallah is a member of IEEE and the Lebanese Order of Engineers and Architects.


Andrew Davis: Ph.D. Student, Vanderbilt University

Andrew Davis is a first-year graduate student in the Electrical Engineering & Computer Science department at Vanderbilt University. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from Wake Forest University in 2009. His search interests include network security in infrastructure systems, intrusion detection, and secure wireless networks. He currently works under Dr. Gabor Karsai supported by TRUST on a project developing a security testbed for SCADA systems. The testbed aims to provide a realistic setting for discovering and eliminating vulnerabilities in current SCADA systems as well as aiding secure design of future systems.


Diana Rojas: Ph.D. Student, Texas A&M University at Corpus Christi

Diana Rojas is a graduate student at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi working towards her master¹s degree in Computer Science. She was born and raised in Cuenca, Ecuador where she also earned her bachelor¹s degree in Computer Engineering. She also has a specialization in Telecomunications and Networking earned in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies she has been involved in different extra curricular activities. She was part of AIESEC, a student organization for young people to develop their leadership skills, she was elected class representative several times in her hometown university, and she was part of the Orientation Leaders at Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi. Currently she belongs to the Graduate Student Organization where she also serves as the webmaster.  Thanks to scholarships awarded, she has been able to attend different conferences and workshops representing Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi.


Samy Coll: Ph.D. Student, University of Geneva

Sami Coll worked as IT engineer in several companies before he started to study Sociology at the University of Geneva, Switzerland in 1996. He specialized in the analysis of social issues involved by emerging technologies, such as the so-called threat for privacy and the relationship between knowledge, visibility and power. He has just defended his PhD dissertation on consumer surveillance and loyalty cards at the niversity of Geneva.


Yuri Cantor: Ph.D. Student

Yuri Cantor received a BA in Computer Science from New York University in 2000,  MS and M.Phil in Computer Science through The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, in 2008 and 2009 respectively, and is currently a Computer Science PhD candidate at The Graduate Center.  His research is focused on network protocols and security issues involving identity and mappings.  Aside from research, Yuri has been teaching at City University of New York colleges since 2006 and has developed and taught network security courses at Lehman College, Baruch College, and John Jay College of Criminal Justice.


Sigurd Meldal: Chair, Computer Engineering Department, San Jose State University


Xiao Su: Ph.D. Student, San Jose State University


Siu Kwan Lam: Ph.D. Student, San Jose State University

Siu Kwan Lam is a BS+MS student at San Jose State University. As a student assistant for NSF STC TRUST at San Jose State University, his research focuses on covert channel detection and the development of the Mooncake framework.


Sally A. Applin: Ph.D. Student, University of Kent at Canterbury.

Sally A. Applin is a Ph.D. student in the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK, in the Centre for Social Anthropology and Computing (CSAC). She holds a Masters degree from the graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) within New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, and a BA in Conceptual Design from San Francisco State University. Sally has had a 20 year career in the science museum design, computer software, telecommunications, and product design/definition industries working as a Senior UX designer and ethnographic researcher.

At Kent, Sally is advised by Dr. Michael D. Fischer, Professor of Anthropological Sciences, Director of CSAC, and Director of Enterprise. Dr. Fischer is the founder of Anthropunk, a movement that examines how people promote, manage, resist and endure change; hack their lives (and those of others); and create the context of the individuation of their experiences.  Sally is a founding member of Anthropunk and is currently researching the impact of technology on culture, and the consequent inverse: specifically the reifications of Cyberspace in Personal Space. Recently, her iPad application, "The UnBored Game," won "Best Social App" at the first iPad Developer  Camp in San Jose, CA.


Session Chairs:Dr. Sigurd Meldal and Dr. Kristen Gates (cfp2010-wip@cmpe.sjsu.edu)


Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (TRUST), San Jose State University



7:00pm

Birds of a feather




Friday, June 18th

9:30am

Robots and Civil Liberties


Gary Wolf: Wired Magazine. Moderator

Gary Wolf  is a contributing editor at Wired magazine, where he writes regularly about the culture of science and technology. He is also the co-founder, with Wired magazine colleague Kevin Kelly, of _The Quantified Self_ <http://www.quantifiedself.org/>, a blog about “self-knowledge through numbers.”  His work has appeared _The Best American Science Writing (2009)_ <http://www.amazon.com/Best-American-Science-Writing-2009/dp/0061431664> and in _The Best American Science and Nature Writing (2009)_ <http://www.amazon.com/Best-American-Science-Nature-Writing/dp/0547002599>. In 2010, he was awarded the _AAAS Kavli Science Journalism prize_ <http://www.aaas.org/aboutaaas/awards/sja/>. In 2005-2006 he was a John S. Knight Fellow at Stanford University.  He is the author of two books: /Dumb Money: Adventures of a Day Trader /(with Joey Anuff, 2000); and, /Wired – A Romance/ (2003).


Paul Saffo: Forecaster, Columnist.

Paul is a forecaster with over two decades experience helping corporate and governmental clients understand and respond to the dynamics of large-scale, long-term change.   Paul is Managing Director of Foresight at _Discern_ <http://www.discern.com/>, and he teaches at Stanford where he is a Consulting Associate Professor in the Engineering School and a Visiting Scholar in the Stanford Media-X Program. He is a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, and is a member of the US National Academies Committee on Forecasting Disruptive Technologies. Paul holds degrees from Harvard College, Cambridge University, and Stanford University.


Patrick Lin: Professor of Philosophy, Cal Poly

Patrick is the director of the _Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group_ <http://www.emergingethics.com/>, based at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He is also an assistant professor in Cal Poly’s philosophy department—teaching courses in ethics, political theories, philosophy of law, and technology ethics—and is currently an ethics fellow at the US Naval Academy. He earned his BA from University of California at Berkeley, with substantial work in the biological sciences, and MA and PhD from University of California at Santa Barbara. He recently finished a three-year post-doctoral appointment at Dartmouth College.  Patrick has published numerous papers in technology ethics, especially as related to nanotechnology, robotics, human enhancement, and other areas.


Brad Templeton: Board Member, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)

Brad is a software architect, civil rights advocate, and entrepreneur. He graduated from the _University of Waterloo_ <http://en.wikipedia.org wiki/University_of_Waterloo>.  Brad is considered one of the early luminaries of _Usenet_ <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usenet>, and in _1989_ <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1989> founded ClariNet Communications Corporation, which used Usenet protocols to distribute news articles, one of the first commercial examples of _electronic publishing_ <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_publishing>.  Brad served as the Chairman of the Board of the _Electronic Frontier Foundation_ <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_Frontier_Foundation> for ten years until February 2010 and remains on the Board.  Brad has a new project around autonomous vehicles and their potential repercussions for society and property.

Brad Templeton is Chairman of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), frequent writer on technology, freedom and privacy. Founder of earliest dot-com company (ClariNet) and longest-running web publication. Director of the Foresight Nanotech Institute and of BitTorrent, Inc.


M. Ryan Calo: Stanford Center for Internet and Society

Ryan runs the Consumer Privacy Project at the Center for Internet & Society. Prior to joining the law school in 2008, he was an associate at Covington & Burling, LLP, where he advised companies on issues of data security, privacy, and telecommunications.  Ryan researches and presents on the intersection of law and technology. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Associated Press, the Wall Street Journal Blog, Smart Money, Digg, Slashdot, and other national and local media. Ryan serves on several advisory and program committees, including _Computers Freedom Privacy 2010_ <http://www.cfp2010.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page>, the _Future of Privacy Forum_ <http://www.futureofprivacy.org/>, and _National Robotics Week_ <http://nationalroboticsweek.org/>.


Safety vs. Liberty: The rights of minors and going to school online


Emma Llanslo: Moderator

Emma Llanso joined the Center for Democracy and Technology in Fall 2009 as an Equal Justice Works Fellow sponsored by the Bruce J. Ennis Foundation. Her Fellowship project aims to protect the Internet as a platform for free expression, with the majority of her work at CDT focusing on First Amendment and online child safety issues. Emma earned her J.D. from Yale Law School in 2009 and her B.A. in anthropology from the University of Delaware in 2006.


Mandeep Dhillon: CEO, Togetherville.com

Mandeep Dhillon is co-founder and CEO of Togetherville, a new social platform for kids, and a children’s technology advocate. As a father of three children –ages two, five and eight - he has a deep, personal interest in creating a safe online place for younger children to learn and play, with parental control and supervision. Prior to founding Togetherville, Mandeep was an Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company. Before that, he was an associate at Latham & Watkins, an international law firm. Mandeep graduated from Duke University and received his MBA and JD from the University of Virginia.


Jeremy Geigle: President, Arizona Family Council

Jeremy Geigle is the President of the Arizona Family Council. In 2009, he was appointed the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s Online Safety and Technology Working Group, which recently prepared an extensive report for Congress on the current status of online child safety efforts in the United States. Jeremy has been an attorney at Jackson White, P.C. since 2003, where he practices in criminal defense, commercial litigation, and business formation. Prior to working for Jackson White, Jeremy was an attorney with the Maricopa County, Office of the Public Defender; a law clerk and extern for the Arizona Supreme Court; an extern for the Arizona Dispute Resolution Resource Center; a Project Director for X-Laboratories; a Market Strategist for Sunland Springs Village; and a Research Analyst for American Airlines.

Jeremy received a Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law in 2002, a Masters of Business Administration from Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management in 2001, and a Bachelors of Science in Business Management from Brigham Young University in 1998. Jeremy’s community involvement includes serving as a pro bono lawyer for Youth Development Institute, as a Board Member of the Metropolitan Youth Symphony, and as a Board Member and Secretary for the Arizona Bar Association – ADR Executive Council. Jeremy has also served as a missionary in Recife, Brazil and as a youth leader for the Boy Scouts of America. Jeremy has been extensively involved in efforts in Arizona, California, Alaska, Tennessee, and New York to protect children and families from internet pornography and other unwanted and harmful internet content.


Linda Criddle: President, LookBothWays

Linda Criddle is President of LOOKBOTHWAYS Inc, an online safety consulting and software development firm. The company has developed ReputationShare, a tool for companies to better manage their user experience, and provides consulting services to leading technology companies, regulatory bodies, and law enforcement. Before establishing LOOKBOTHWAYS, Criddle spent 13 years at Microsoft where she was a pioneer in ecommerce and online safety. She holds more than 30 patents in the areas of emerging technologies and online safety. Criddle works extensively with educators, law enforcement and government organizations for training on cyber crime and online safety issues, as well as providing design guidance for online safety regulations and legislation around the world.

Criddle is also the president of the Safe Internet Alliance, whose mission is to Establish a safe and open Internet as the cornerstone upon which consumers, companies, and countries build the digital future. Criddle has authored several award-winning consumer-oriented books, and materials including Look Both Ways; help protect your family on the internet, Using the Internet Safely for Seniors for Dummies, contributed to Courageous Parents; Confident Kids, and has also written "Internet Safety for Educators," a distance-learning course offered through Universities. As a public service, LOOKBOTHWAYS Inc. also provides the consumer internet safety site iLOOKBOTHWAYS.com  Criddle is also the president of the LOOKBOTHWAYS FOUNDATION, which is dedicated to bringing internet safety education to schools, and the general public.


E-Deceptive campaign practices


Lillie Coney: Associate Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Moderator


Peter G. Neumann: Principal Scientist, SRI Computer Science Lab


Timothy H. Edgar: Director for Privacy and Civil Liberties, Cybersecurity Directorate of National Security Staff


GingerMcCall: Staff Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)




11:00 am

Privacy and Security at the Local, State and Federal Level

Deborah Mall: City Attorney for the City of Monterey.


Joanne McNabb: Chief, California Office of Privacy Protection.

Joanne McNabb has been Chief of the California Office of Privacy Protection since it opened in 2001. The first-in-the-nation Office is a resource and advocate on privacy issues. In addition to providing information and education for consumers, the Office also publishes privacy practice recommendations for business and other organizations.

McNabb is a Certified Information Privacy Professional, which specializations in Government and Information Technology. She is co-chair of the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ Government Working Group, serves on the Privacy Advisory Committee to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and is a Fellow of the Ponemon Institute, a research center on privacy, data protection and information security policy.

Before starting the Office of Privacy Protection, McNabb had over 20 years experience in public affairs and marketing, in both the public and private sectors, including five years with an international marketing company in France. She attended Occidental College and holds a master’s degree in Medieval Literature from the University of California, Davis.


Peter Pietra: Director, TSA Privacy Policy & Compliance. Peter Pietra is the Transportation Security Administration’s Director of Privacy Policy & Compliance with responsibility for privacy matters affecting the traveling public, transportation sector workers, and more than 50,000 TSA employees at 460 locations. Peter joined TSA after practicing law with the Coast Guard, and prior to that with a private firm in Delware. He has also served with the Army as a field artillery officer, and is a JAG with the Air Force Reserves. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University School of Law.


Deep Packet Inspection: Do you know who's been reading your email?


Catherine Sandoval: Assistant Professor, Santa Clara University School of Law
http://law.scu.edu/faculty/profile/sandoval-catherine.cfm

Catherine Sandoval is a Latina expert in communications matters. She was a Rhodes Scholar, Yale Law School, formerly with the FCC. The issue of ISP delving into the contents of email is an increasingly important issue that is the subject of Sandoval, Catherine J. K. "Disclosoure, deception, and deep-packet inspection: the role of the Federal Trade Commission Act's deceptive conduct prohibitions in the net neutrality debate", 78 Fordham Law Review 641-712 (2009).

Location Privacy


Lee Tien: Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)

Lee Tien is a Senior Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, specializing in free speech law and privacy law.   He has published articles on children's sexuality and information technology, anonymity, surveillance, the First Amendment status of publishing computer software, and the state secrets privilege.  Before joining EFF, Lee was a sole practitioner specializing in Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) litigation.  He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Stanford University and his law degree from UC-Berkeley, where he also did graduate work in the Program in Jurisprudence and Social Policy.


Andrew Blumberg: Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin

Andrew Blumberg is an assistant professor of mathematics at the  University of Texas at Austin working primarily in homotopy theory and  algebraic topology, with a particular focus on algebraic K-theory (and  related objects).  Prof. Blumberg has published articles on location  privacy technologies with respect to congestion pricing, automated  traffic enforcement and location-based vehicular services.  He also co- authored a white paper on location privacy with EFF staff technologist  Peter Eckersley.  Prior to arriving in Austin, he was an NSF  postdoctoral fellow from 2005-2009 at Stanford, with a year's stint as  a member at the Institute for Advanced Study in 2007-2008.  He  received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.

Andrew coauthored EFF's "On Locational Privacy, and How to Avoid Losing it Forever." The article discusses techniques in modern cryptography that allow helpful location-based services without creating a record of where we are.


Cybersecurity Policy and the Role of .Orgs


Lillie Coney: Associate Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Moderator


Peter G. Neumann: Principal Scientist, SRI Computer Science Lab


Timothy H. Edgar: Director for Privacy and Civil Liberties, Cybersecurity Directorate of National Security Staff


Alexander Joel: Civil Liberties Protection Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence


Jennifer Granick: Civil Liberties Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)



1:30pm

Closing Plenary: Social network users' bill of rights


Jack Lerner and Lisa Borodkin, authors of We, the users -- Facebook users' bill of rights

Jack Lerner is Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the USC Intellectual Property and Technology Law Clinic.  Professor Lerner received a B.A., with distinction, in English from the University of Kansas and a J.D. from Harvard Law School. He clerked for Judge Fred I. Parker on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and Judge G. Thomas Van Bebber in the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas. He practiced IP law with the Palo Alto, Calif., firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. and in 2004 was a research fellow with the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School. Before joining USC, Professor Lerner was Clinic Fellow at the Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.

Among Professor Lerner’s publications are “Intellectual Property and Development at WIPO and WHO,” (American Journal of Law and Medicine 2008), “Taking the ‘Long View’ on the Fourth Amendment: Stored Records and the Sanctity of Home” (with Mulligan) (Stanford Technology Law Review 2007), “Legal Issues Facing Election Officials in an Electronic Voting World” (with Burstein, Dang and Hancock) (2007), and amicus curiae briefs in Hepting v. AT&T, Inc.; United States v. Martingnon; and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd. Among other things, Professor Lerner leads law students in the USC Intellectual Property and Technology Clinic as they counsel and represent policymakers, artists, innovators, nonprofit organizations, and others on a range of IP and technology issues.


Mark Sullivan of PC World, A Bill of Rights for Facebook Users


Kurt Opsahl, EFF's A Bill of Privacy Rights for Social Network Users