A bad year for privacy

Monday, 22 April 2002, 3:02 PM EST

At the Computers, Freedom and Privacy conference tech activists take on the latest incursions on individual privacy from government and industry.

These are trying times for technology activists, lawyers and other random savants who gather each year for the ritual of the Computers, Freedom and Privacy conference, which pits them against their ideological foes in government and the entertainment industry.

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