The Public Voice and the Development of
International Encryption Policy

25 September 1996
Centre de Conférence Internationales
19 Avenue Kleber
Paris 16, France
Electronic Privacy Information Center

Global Internet Liberty Campaign
Internet Privacy Coaltion
Internet Society
Open Society Institute - Soros Foundation
Planete Internet


0830a Welcoming Remarks

Mr. Norman Reaburn, OECD Ad Hoc Experts on Cryptography Policy

Mr. John Dryden, Science, Technology and Communications Policy Division, OECD

Mr. Marc Rotenberg, Electronic Privacy Information Center

0900a Morning address

Hon. Justice Michael Kirby, Australian High Court

0930a Panel 1 - Cryptography Policy: The View of Cryptographers

Moderator: Mr. Steve Orlowski, Attorney General's Department, Sydney, Australia

Dr. Herb Lin, National Research Council

Dr. Ross Anderson, University of Cambridge

Dr. Matt Blaze, AT&T Laboratories

Dr. Whitfield Diffie, Sun Mircrosystems

Mr. Yves Le Roux, Digital Equipment

1100a Panel 2 - Human Rights Issues in the Development of Cryptography Policy

Moderator: Ms. Stephanie Perrin, Industry Canada, Ottawa, Canada

Mr. David Banisar, EPIC

Mme. Louise Cadoux, Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés

Mr. Simon Davies, Privacy International

Mr. Barry Steinhardt, American Civil Liberties Union

Mr. Alain Weber, French Human Rights League

1200p Lunch

0130p Panel 3 - User Needs for Strong Cryptography

Moderator: Dr. Ulrich Sandl, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Bonn, Germany

Dr. Brian Carpenter, Internet Architecture Board

Dr. Stéphane Bortzmeyer, Association des Utilisateurs d'Internet

Mr. Phil Zimmerman, Pretty Good Privacy Inc.

0230p Panel 4 - Legal Dimensions and Cryptography Policy

Moderator: Prof. Masao Horibe, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan

Mr. Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger, Austrian Institute for Law and Policy

Mr. Kevin O'Connor, Australian Privacy Commission

Prof. Joel Reidenberg, Fordham Law School/Sorbonne

0330p Adjourn

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