OECD ICCP Workshop: "The Future of the Internet", Paris, 8 March 2006

The OECD ICCP workshop “The Future of the Internet” will bring together policy-makers, leading academics, private sector organisations, and civil society organisations to discuss the trends shaping the future of the Internet, explore the various approaches -technical, regulatory, and economic- that are being taken or can be taken to create new functionality for and increased trust in the Internet, to promote its sustained growth and adoption, and to identify opportunities for increased international cooperation on pressing issues.

au: International task force cracks down on child pornography

au: International task force cracks down on child pornography
Investigators of child pornography in Australia realised a long time ago that they were fighting a battle not limited to Australian shores. As part of the latest international effort to crack down on internet child pornography, the Innocent Images International Task Force is investigating child pornography and pursuing sexual predators in more than 40 countries.
http://www.abc.net.au/am/content/2006/s1579107.htm

us: CDT Report Finds Changing Technology Makes Government Surveillance More Intrusive

us: CDT Report Finds Changing Technology Makes Government Surveillance More Intrusive
Against the backdrop of debate over warrantless wiretaps and Administration calls to amend the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, CDT today released a report about how privacy law has failed to keep pace with technology. The report, entitled “Digital Search & Seizure: Updating Privacy Protections to Keep Pace with Technology,” calls for an in-depth Congressional review of the ways digital technology makes government surveillance easier and more intrusive.
http://www.cdt.org/publications/policyposts/2006/4#1