"Computers, Freedom and Privacy (CFP) is the most
important computer conference you've never heard of. " -- Elizabeth
Weise, USA TODAY, April 4, 2000
For over a decade, the Computers, Freedom & Privacy Conference
has played a major role in the public debate on the future of privacy
and freedom in the online world. The CFP audience is as diverse as the
Net itself, with attendees not only from government, business, education,
and non-profits, but also from the community of computer professionals,
hackers, crackers and engineers who work the code of cyberspace. The
themes have been broad and forward-looking. CFP explores what will be.
It is the place where the future is mapped.
CFP2003 will explore the most important issues facing the Internet
and freedom, including: consumer privacy, broadband issues, wireless
privacy and security, digital divide, critical infrastructure issues,
public records, filtering, ICANN, disabilities access and much more.
For more information, visit the main CFP page - http://www.cfp.org
and read CFP2000 Chair Lorrie Cranor's essay on Ten
Years of Computers, Freedom and Privacy.