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Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Times Ballrooms A & B Ballroom C Wooster George A & B
9:00AM-12:00PM Scott Spetka, Maintaining Privacy While Accessing On-line Information. Mike Godwin, Constitutional Law in Cyberspace.
2:00-5:00PM Robert Ellis Smith, A Short History of Privacy. Lillie Coney, e-Deceptive Campaign Practices: Elections 2.0.
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Times Ballrooms A & B Ballroom C Chapel A & B George A & B Wooster
9:00-9:30(AM) Opening Session
9:30-10:00(AM) Coffee Break
10:00AM-12:00PM Presidential Technology Policy: Priorities for the Next Executive (audio) (video, part 1) (video, part 2)
12:00-1:30(PM) Lunch; YJoLT Essay Competition Winning Essays
1:30-3:00(PM) Patents: The Bleeding Edge of Technology Policy Privacy, Reputation, and the Management of Online Communities States as Incubators of Change
3:00-3:30(PM) Coffee Break
3:30-5:00(PM) Rights & Responsibilities for Software Programs? Charismatic Content: Wikis, Social Networks, and the Future of User-Generated Content Interoperability at the Crossroads?: The "Liberal Order" versus Fragmentation
5:30-6:30(PM) Five-minute presentations
6:30-8:30(PM) Conference Dinner: Dear Potus 08

Thursday, May 22, 2008
Times Ballrooms A & B Ballroom C Chapel A & B George A & B Wooster: Activism and Education Using Social Networks
9:00-10:30(AM) The 21st Century Panopticon? Introduction, the ACLU's experiences, Facebook
10:30-11:00(AM) Coffee Break Facebook (continued), Q&A
11:00AM-12:30PM Filtering Out Copyright Infringement: Possibilities, Practicalities, and Legalities New Challenges for Spyware Policy Hands-on sessions, Promoting books
12:30-1:30(PM) Lunch
1:30-3:00(PM) The National Security State and the Next Administration Hands-on sessions, Dealing with hate speech, flaming, and trolls
3:00-3:30(PM) Coffee Break
3:30-5:00(PM) Filtering and Censorship in Europe "The Transparent Society:" Ten Years Later Brainstorming: looking forward
5:15-6:00(PM) Konstantinos Karachalios, European Patent Office: "Scenarios for the Future: Governance Gaps in the Global Knowledge Economy & the Role of Institutions"
7:00-9:00(PM) BOF Dinners Off-Site At Different Restaurants Around Town

Friday, May 23, 2008
Times Ballrooms A & B Ballroom C Chapel A & B George A & B Wooster
9:00-10:30(AM) Network Neutrality: Beyond the Slogans Law, Regulation, and Software Licensing for the Electronic Medical Record Measuring Global Threats to Internet Freedom
10:30-11:00(AM) Coffee Break
11:00AM-12:30PM Towards Trustworthy e-Voting: An Open Source Approach? Hate Speech and Oppression in Cyberspace Breaking the Silence: Iranians Find a Voice on the Internet (video)
12:30-1:00(PM) Box Lunch Pick-Up
1:00-1:15(PM) Dear Potus 08 letter and next steps
1:15-2:15(PM) Closing Plenary: Clay Shirky (video)