ILPF Conference 2002: Security v. Privacy

Wednesday, 5 June 2002, 11:54 AM EST

ILPF conferences are known for delivering some of the most substantive and interesting information related to Internet law. This year, the ILPF Conference will focus on the timely subjects of security and privacy, exploring the different legal and regulatory regimes adopted around the world to deal with these issues. The conference will identify and address the practical issues that arise when doing business on the Internet and trying to comply with the security and privacy laws.

Experts from security and privacy agencies, telecommunications, law and government will address the pressing and practical issues that you face doing virtually any Internet-based business today.

Security v. Privacy includes two full days of keynotes, general sessions, and over a dozen topical tracks that address your concerns about Internet law and policy.

The general sessions feature special keynotes and expert panels for all conference-goers. Attendees also choose between two simultaneous tracks that address compelling topical issues in detail. We have planned breaks, lunches and a welcome reception so you have the opportunity to network and discuss ideas with your colleagues.

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