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Chairs Computers Freedom and Privacy 2011

  • Lillie Coney, EPIC
  • Jules Polonestky, Future of Privacy Forum

Planning Committee Members

  • Caspar Bowden
  • Justin Brookman, Center for Democracy & Technology
  • Jonathan Cantor, US Department of Commerce
  • Shaun Dakin, Founder of Privacy Camp and Privacy Blogger
  • Will Devries, Google
  • Michael Donohue, OECD
  • Lenny Foner
  • Beth Givens, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
  • Pamela Harbour, Former FTC Commissioner
  • Gus Hosein, Privacy International
  • Deborah Hurley, Consultant
  • Jaiok Kim, Consumers Korea
  • Cedric Laurant, Center for Media and Communications (HUN)
  • Paul Levy, Public Citizen
  • Meryem Marzouki, European Digital Rights
  • Pablo Molina, Georgetown Law
  • Deborah Pierce, Privacy-Activism
  • Amie Stepanovich, EPIC
  • Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Frank Torres, Microsoft

Program Committee Members

  • Monique Altheim
  • Caspar Bowden
  • Jonathan Cantor, US Department of Commerce
  • Justin Brookman, Center for Democracy & Technology
  • Shaun Dakin, Founder of Privacy Camp and Privacy Blogger
  • Simon Davies, Privacy International
  • Will Devries, Google
  • Jeremy Epstein
  • Lenny Foner
  • Alex Fowler, Mozilla
  • Peter G. Neumann, SRI
  • Beth Givens, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
  • Wendy Grossman
  • Jim Harper, CATO
  • Gus Hosein, Privacy International
  • Deborah Hurley, Consultant
  • Nuala O'Connor Kelly, General Electric
  • Jaiok Kim, Consumers Korea
  • Cedric Laurant, Center for Media and Communications (HUN)
  • Paul Levy, Public Citizen
  • Meryem Marzouki, European Digital Rights
  • Beth McConnell, Media & Democracy Coalition
  • Pablo Molina, Georgetown Law
  • Melissa Ngo, Privacy Lives
  • Michael Ostrolenk, Liberty Coalition
  • Stephanie Perrin
  • Deborah Pierce, Privacy-Activism
  • Amie Stepanovich, EPIC
  • Lee Tien, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Frank Torres, Microsoft
  • Chancellar Williams, Free Press Foundation
  • Christopher Wolf, Hogan and Lovells