Evidence in the Investigatory Stage," Cardozo Law School Conference on
Secret Evidence, New York, December, 2005.
Incentives to Disclose for Security and Competitive Reasons," George
Washington University Law School Intellectual Property Speaker Series,
Washington, D.C.; ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security,
Alexandria, VA, November, 2005.
“Court Records and Data
Privacy: Online or Over the Line?”
ARMA Conference, November 16, 2005.
Information Sharing in the War on Terror," Villanova Law Review
Memory of Richard Turkington, October 29, 2005.
“Court Records and
Data Privacy: Online or Over the Line?” Judges Day 2005, October 27,
“The Strategy of Using Security to Protect Privacy,” 27th Annual
Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, Montreux,
Switzerland, September, 2005.
“Thoughts on the Data Retention Debate,” European Digital Rights Initiative
Pre-Conference, Montreux, Switzerland, September, 2005.
“America Faces the World on Privacy, Four Years After 9/11,” Conference on
Safety and Security in the Networked World, Oxford, England, September,
Faces the World on Privacy, Four Years After 9/11,” The Challenges to
Privacy in the Age of Information and Technology, Edinburgh, Scotland,
and Privacy in Electronic Health Records,” Hospital Wireless Conference,
Washington, D.C., July, 2005.
Panelist, “Enforcement: Government Regulation vs. Self-Regulation,”
LexisNexis Information Sharing Panel, Fairfax, VA, June, 2005.
Market: Incentives for Disclosures of Vulnerabilities,” University of
Houston Law Review Conference on Transactions, Information, and Emerging
Law, Sante Fe, New Mexico, June, 2005.
Panelist, “Patriot Debates,” American Bar Association Standing Committee on
Law and National Security Forum, Washington, D.C., May, 2005.
Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee, on Section 218 of the
Patriot Act, April, 2005.
Testimony Before the House Judiciary Committee, on Sections 209 & 217 of
the Patriot Act, April, 2005.
“The Privacy Legal Environment,” MITRE Privacy Conference, Fairfax, VA,
“FISA and the Patriot Act,” Computers, Freedom & Privacy ’05, Seattle,
Panelist, “Seizing Bits: Computer and Data Seizure Across Borders,”
Computers, Freedom & Privacy ’05, Seattle, April, 2005.
“Security and Obscurity,” Stanford Computer Science Department guest
lecture, Palo Alto, CA, April, 2005.
Security Privacy Advisory Committee conference, Washington, D.C., April,
“Privacy and the Application of Emerging Health Technologies,” Center for
Aging Services Technologies Conference, Washington, D.C., March, 2005.
for Biometrics from SSNs and Identity Theft,” National Academy of
Sciences, Computer Science & Technology Board study on Biometrics,
Washington, D.C., March, 2005.
Moderator and Organizer, “Broader Perspectives Track” of International
Association of Privacy Professionals Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.,
“An American Perspective on Transborder Data Flows,” Shidler Center
Conference on “Is Consumer Protection an Anachronism in an Information
Economy,” Seattle, March, 2005.
Rules and Information Flows: Or, How to Do Secret Surveillance in an Open
Society,” Modest Proposals Conference, Cardozo Law School, March, 2005.
Sunset of the Patriot Act,” Ohio State University Winter College, Fort
Myers, Fl, February, 2005.
“Elephants and Mice Revisited: Law and Choice of Law on the Internet,”
Moritz College of Law faculty workshop, Columbus, February, 2005.
“Security and Obscurity,” Cyberlaw and Economics Workshop of the University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, January, 2005.
of Medical Records Pursuant to an Authorization,” testimony before the
National Committee on Vital Health Statistics, Washington, D.C., January,