Privacy Conferences, first half 2009
Some interesting privacy-related conferences in the coming months:
- 16-17 January 2009, Brussels, Belgium: Computers, Privacy & Data Protection conference CPDP 2009: "Data Protection in A Profiled World?".
I'll be there and speaking at a panel on recent German developments.
- 3-4 February 2009, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada: 10th Annual Privacy and Security Conference "Life in a Digital Fishbowl: A Struggle for Survival or a Sea of Opportunity?"
Always an interesting mix of practicioners, academics and activists.
- 1-3 April 2009, Berlin, Germany: re:publica 2009 "Shift happens"
This popular blogger-run web2.0 festival is getting bigger and more international. This year, we have a full privacy-subconference, the 2nd European Privacy Open Space
- 24-28 May 2009, Venice, Italy: ICIMP 2009, The Fourth International Conference on Internet Monitoring and Protection
An interesting academic conference around deep packet inspection and other monitoring and intrusion-detection developments.
- 1-4 June 2009, Washington DC, USA: "Computers, Freedom, and Privacy" 2009.
This year with a focus on the new US adminsitration. The deadline for submissions has been extended to 23 January.
- 5 June 2009, London, UK: The Second Multidisciplinary Workshop on Identity in the Information Society (IDIS 09): "Identity and the Impact of Technology"
The deadline for the call for papers is 13 March 2009