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Global Internet Liberty Campaign

Upcoming Events

The Public Voice and Electronic Commerce. Paris, France. October 11, 1999. co-organized by EPIC and IRIS, hosted by Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC), sponsored by GILC, with the help of the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD). The conference is organized in conjunction with the OECD Forum on Electronic Commerce (October 12-13, 1999).

Previous Events

The Public Voice in the Development of Internet Policy. Ottawa, Canada. October 7, 1998. Sponsored by GILC. Keynote Speaker: David Johnston, frm Chair, Internet Highway Advisory Council, Canada.

Panel Discussion - "The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Developing Internet Policy: The Global Internet Liberty Campaign", INET 98 Conference, Geneva, Switzerland. 24 July 1998, 8:30 - 10:00.

The Outlook for Freedom, Privacy and Civil Society on the Internet in Central and Eastern Europe, Budapest, Czech Republic, 4-6 September 1998. Sponsored by GILC.

Cryptography and Internet Privacy. September 15, 1997. Brussels, Belgium. Co-sponsored by Privacy International and GILC.

INET 97 -- "The Internet: The Global Frontiers. June 24-27, 1997. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. GILC is co-sponsoring a panel on "Recent Developments in International Regulation of the Internet: Speech, Privacy and Crypto"

SCRAMBLING FOR SAFETY: Privacy, security and commercial implications of the DTI's proposed encryption policy, May 19, 1997. London, UK. A roundtable briefing and debate on the proposed UK policy on encryption. Co-organized by GILC and Privacy International.

The Public Voice and the Development of International Encryption Policy. September 25, 1996. Paris, France. A briefing to the members of the OECD experts group on cryptography on the human rights, technical and legal implications of cryptography. Sponsored by EPIC, Planete Internet and GILC.