FC: Events: NPR on facecams next week; Truste seminar 2/28 in SF area

From: Declan McCullagh (declanat_private)
Date: Thu Feb 21 2002 - 15:21:52 PST

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    MEDIA ADVISORY		For more information, contact:
    Gary Kalman:  215-573-3623
    
    NPR's Morning Edition and Justice Talking Team up to put the spotlight on
    Video Surveillance
    
    Keep smiling -- you no longer know when you may be on camera. Video cameras 
    are popping up in public parks, playgrounds and on street corners in cities 
    throughout the nation.  Post 9-11, has the use of high-tech cameras become 
    a necessary security precaution or an invasion of privacy?
    
    A debate on National Public Radio's Justice Talking puts that question to 
    Electronic Privacy Information Center Director Marc Rotenberg and security 
    expert Robert J. Castelli, advocates who hold opposing views on video 
    surveillance and face recognition technology.  Excerpts of the debate will 
    be featured during a special two-part report on NPR's Morning Edition. The 
    full debate will air on Justice Talking on public radio stations nationwide.
    
    What: NPR's Justice Talking and Morning Edition special feature on video 
    surveillance
    
    When: Monday, February 25 and Tuesday, February 26, 2002
    
    Where: NPR's Morning Edition.  Check local listings for air times.
    
    Justice Talking is a one-hour, weekly radio program produced by the 
    Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania. Hosted by 
    veteran NPR correspondent Margot Adler and taped before a live audience, 
    the show takes an in-depth look at the cases and controversies that come 
    before our nation's courts and go the heart of what it means to live in a 
    democracy.
    
    For more information about Justice Talking, email gkalmanat_private or 
    visit the Justice Talking web site at www.justicetalking.org
    
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    From: "Dave Steer" <dsteerat_private>
    To: "Declan McCullagh" <declanat_private>
    Subject: FW: TRUSTe Privacy Seminar -- February 28th, Silicon Valley
    Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 18:35:44 -0800
    
    Hi Declan,
    
    Just in case you missed this, I thought this would be a great event for 
    Politech readers, especially those in the Bay Area.
    
    Hope you can make it too.
    
    Cheers,
    
    Dave Steer
    
    
    
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Dave Steer [mailto:dsteerat_private]
    Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 8:09 AM
    To: Declan McCullagh
    Subject: TRUSTe Privacy Seminar -- February 28th, Silicon Valley
    
    
    
    Hi Declan,
    
    Below is information on a half-day privacy seminar that we are co-hosting 
    on February 28th in Silicon Valley. Your Politech subscribers might be 
    interested in this event -- a primer for CFP the next month...
    
    
    
    Entitled "Rethinking Law and Marketing in an Age of Privacy & Security," 
    the program features keynote addresses by FTC Commissioner Orson Swindle 
    and California State Attorney General Bill Lockyer, as well as expert 
    panels on law and marketing, each designed to give attendees the tools to 
    manage privacy for their company and clients. We have also arranged for 
    this to be a CLE event.
    
    
    
    Online registration is now open at 
    http://www.truste.org/bus/pub_seminar.html or by sending me email at 
    dsteerat_private
    
    
    
    Thanks for sending.
    
    Regards,
    
    
    
    Dave Steer
    Communications Director
    TRUSTe -- Building a Framework for Global Trust
    Phone: 415-845-5110
    Email: dsteerat_private
    
    
    
    
    
    Learn how your company can balance business objectives with consumer 
    privacy and security laws and interests by attending this informative seminar!
    
    
    
    
    February 28, 2002
    8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    Silicon Valley
    
    Rethinking Law and Marketing in
    the Age of Privacy and Security
    
      Featured Speakers:
    Federal Trade Commissioner Orson Swindle
    "The Year Ahead Privacy and Security in 2002"
    
    State of California Attorney General Bill Lockyer
    A State Attorney General s View of Privacy Law
    
    
    
    Sponsored by:
    Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP
    TRUSTe
    Oracle
    American Association of Advertising Agencies
    
    Advanced registration is required. Space is limited.
    
    Register Online Today!
    Click here or go to
    http://www.wrf.com/admin/seminarreq.asp
    
    
    
    Who Should Attend:
             Chief Privacy Officers & Other Privacy Staff
             Legal Counsel
             Marketing Directors & Managers
             Advertising Executives
             Chief Technology Officers
    
    Why You Should Attend:
             Hear from top government officials about their expectations 
    regarding privacy and security actions
             of your company
             Learn how industry leaders are marketing while protecting client data
             Discover how privacy can be a selling point
             Increase your awareness of new and anticipated federal and state 
    regulations affecting your business
    
    About the seminar
    Government, legal, marketing and technology experts will come together for 
    this special half-day session to explain how new laws are affecting the 
    ability of marketers to collect and use data.  Today s heightened sense of 
    privacy and security requires technology and marketing professionals to pay 
    close attention to changes in the law.  Businesses need to take great care 
    in developing a privacy policy that protects themselves and their clients 
    from illegal use of information.  This seminar will provide you with the 
    latest developments and with direction for the future.
    
    Panels
    Privacy and Brand Building: Permission-Based Marketing Protects Privacy, 
    Builds Brands
    This panel will help marketing and technology professionals better 
    understand the relationship between marketing, the law and the consumer. 
    Topics will include:
             Using Privacy Protection as a Selling Point
             Bad Privacy Press Can Chill Consumer Confidence
             Best Practices for Consumer Satisfaction, Legal Protection, and 
    Data Integrity
             Can Brand Managers and Lawyers Really be Friends?
             Profits from Privacy Protection and Careful Consumer Data Management
             Will Consumers Use Privacy Enabling Software to Keep Marketers 
    from their Data?
             P3P: Will Consumers Use this Powerful Tool?
    
    Moderator: John Kamp, Of Counsel, Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP
    Panelists
    Jerry Gibbons, Executive Vice President, American Association of 
    Advertising Agencies
    Chris Benham, Vice President for Global Enterprise Marketing, Symantec
    John Berard, Senior Vice President, FitzGerald Communications
    Richard Purcell, Senior Director of Corporate Privacy, Microsoft
    
    
    The Changing Law of Privacy and Security
    This panel will focus on recent changes and trends concerning the 
    increasingly-related areas of privacy and security law, regulation, 
    enforcement action and litigation.  Topics will include:
             Corporate Strategies for Managing Evolving Privacy Regulations
             Status of the U.S. EU Safe Harbor Agreement and Financial Sector 
    Negotiations
             Implementing the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001 and Other New 
    Security-Driven
             Measures Without Compromising Consumer Privacy
             Creating a Sound Privacy Policy Today
             What s Next in Privacy and Security
    
    Moderator:  Joe Alhadeff, Vice President, Global Public Policy and Chief 
    Privacy Officer, Oracle
    Panelists
    Tricia Paoletta, Partner, Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP
    Bennett Katz, Assistant Vice President of Regulatory Affairs & Compliance 
    and Chief Compliance Officer, Farmers Insurance Group
    Jeff Rohlmeier, International Trade Specialist, International Trade 
    Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce
    
    
    Location
    Oracle Conference Center Auditorium
    350 Oracle Parkway
    Redwood Shores, CA 94065
    650.633.8300
    
    Date
    Thursday, February 28, 2002
    8:00am 2:00pm
    continental breakfast & lunch included
    
    Registration Fee
    $95 before February 11, 2002
    $135 after February 11, 2002
    Fee is payable by check only
    
    Register Online Today!
    
    Click here or go to
    http://www.wrf.com/admin/seminarreq.asp
    or contact Dave Steer at TRUSTe
    (415.845.5110 or dsteerat_private)
    
    
    
    
    Payment
    Checks should be made payable to TRUSTe and mailed prior to the event to:
    Privacy Seminar, TRUSTe, 1180 Coleman Avenue, Suite 202, San Jose, CA 95110.
    
    TRUSTe Membership Special
    Attendees not currently TRUSTe certified that sign up to join the TRUSTe 
    Privacy Seal Program at the event will have their attendance registration 
    fee waived.
    
    California State Bar CLE
    This program will be submitted for approval by the California State Bar for 
    3-4 Continuing Legal Education units.
    
    About the Sponsors
    
    Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP is a national law firm of more than 200 attorneys 
    with offices in Washington, DC and Northern Virginia.  The firm is widely 
    recognized as a leader in its communications, insurance, government 
    contracts and privacy & security practices.
    
    TRUSTe is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to enabling 
    individuals and organizations to establish trusting relationships based on 
    respect for personal identity and information in the evolving networked 
    world. An award-winning organization, TRUSTe is widely known for its 
    leading privacy seal and certification program and is a recognized Safe 
    Harbor for COPPA and the EU Safe Harbor framework.
    
    Oracle is the first software company to develop and deploy 100% 
    internet-enabled enterprise software across its entire product line: 
    database, business applications, and application development and decision 
    support tools. Oracle is the world's leading supplier of software for 
    information management, and the world's second largest independent software 
    company.
    
    The American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA) was founded in 1917 
    and is the only national trade association for the advertising agency 
    business.  It has about 600 elected members representing over 1,200 offices 
    and subsidiaries nationwide.  AAAA members place about 75% of all 
    advertising placed by agencies and employ over 50% of all professionals 
    working in advertising agencies
    
    
    
    
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