Politech is the oldest Internet resource devoted to politics and technology. Launched in 1994 by Declan McCullagh, the mailing list has chronicled the growing intersection of law, culture, technology, and politics. Since 2000, so has the Politech web site.
Dispatches from 2007 Computers Freedom and Privacy conference in Montreal
So I've been in Montreal this week for the 2007 Computers Freedom and
Privacy conference. Some of the articles:
Should Amazon.com be able to charge you more than someone else?
After seven years, government data-regulation committee recommends new
Canada may stop using U.S. passenger profiling lists
Bush wants to derail wiretapping lawsuit against AT&T
No Facebook, Youtube for Canadian government workers
Florida ditches problematic touch-screen voting, and now what?
Oh, and Simson Garfinkel and another CFPer and I got lost thanks to a GPS:
Posted by Declan McCullagh on May 05, 2007
in category privacy
Get a Politech feed through RSS or Atom
The Politech general information pages and
photographs are copyrighted by Declan
McCullagh. Original posts distributed to the mailing list are licensed under a Creative