Laws and First Amendment Content,” John Marshall Symposium on Piracy and
Privacy, Chicago, November, 2004.
“Elephants and Mice
Revisited: Law and Choice of Law on the Internet,” Penn Law Review
Symposium on Choice of Laws, Philadelphia, November, 2004.
MATRIX: Fair Information Practices in a World of Data Mining,” DePaul
Symposium on Privacy and Identity, Chicago, October, 2004.
Privacy and National Security: What Still Needs to be Done?”,
International Association of Privacy Professionals Summit on Privacy &
National Security, Washington, D.C., September, 2004.
“Research and Privacy under HIPAA,” National Academy of Sciences Panel on
Science, Technology, and Law, Washington, D.C., September, 2004.
Panelist, testimony before the National Committee on Vital Health
Statistics, on “Connecting for Health: A Roadmap for Achieving Electronic
Connection in Healthcare,” Washington, D.C., July, 2004.
Panelist, “Connecting for Health: A Roadmap for Achieving Electronic
Connection in Healthcare,” HHS Secretarial Summit for Health Information
Technology, Washington, D.C., July 2004.
“Security and Obscurity,” Advanced Technology Research Center (Syrtex,
Inc.), Vienna, VA, July, 2004.
“Surviving Government Regulation,” SANS Institute Course, Washington, D.C.,
Panelist, “Privacy and the War on Terror,” U.S. Army War College – Penn Law
Conference on Homeland Security and Civil Liberties, Philadelphia, June,
“A Model for When Disclosure Helps Security: What is Different About
Computer and Network Security,” George Mason Conference on the Law and
Economics of Cybersecurity, Arlington, VA, June, 2004.
“Control of Personal Information: A Dialogue Between a Technologist and a
Lawyer,” Radcliffe Institute and Harvard Division of Engineering and Applied
Sciences Symposium on Security and Privacy, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April,
2004 (with Joan Feigenbaum).
Moderator, “Data Mining,” Computers, Freedom & Privacy 2004, Berkeley,
California, April, 2004.
“Information Sharing and Secrecy in the USA-PATRIOT Act,” North Carolina
Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation Symposium on “The
USA-PATRIOT Act: Privacy and Security in a Post-9/11 World,” Chapel Hill,
N.C., February, 2004.
Moderator, “The Death of Privacy?”, International Association of Privacy
Professionals conference, Washington, D.C., February, 2004.
“Computer Security and Disclosure,” Silicon Flatirons Telecommunications
Conference of the University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, Colorado,
Debate on “Healthcare or Hypocrisy: A Look at Patient Privacy,” NPR’s
Justice Talking radio program, January, 2004.
“The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and Agents of Foreign Powers,”
Joint Session on National Security Law and Immigration Law, American
Association of Law Schools Annual Conference, Atlanta, January, 2004.