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Social Web, DEATH & IIW

From: Kaliya <kaliya@mac.com>
Date: Mon, 03 May 2010 23:50:41 -0700
Message-id: <5264A264-603B-46CE-B37B-BA1BE0C22B2E@mac.com>
To: public-xg-socialweb@w3.org
Hi Social Web Incubator Group of W3C

  I wanted to remind you the Internet Identity Workshop (@idworkshop),  
that several folks on this list  will be participating and it is just  
2 weeks away May 17-19th.   We already shifted to late registration  
pricing but if you use the discount code: W3C  it will give you  
regular pricing for another week until end day May 10th.  We also have  
one day tickets now on sale.

I am also putting on an event just after IIW - Digital Death Day  
(@digitaldeathday)- focused on all aspects of what happens to  
someone's online life after they die.

Here are descriptions and links to both of these events & three other  
identity & privacy related events between now and August.   Please  
spread the word to others who who would be interested & please forgive  
me on the cross posting I felt it was important to spread the word far  
and wide.   Please send this note to other W3C lists and communities.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Kaliya Hamlin - Identity Woman,  @identitywoman
e-mail: kaliya@mac.om
phone: 510 472-9069

1) Digital Death Day - May 20th, Mountain View

What happens to you Data After you DIE!  How do you create a digital  
will? What are normative social network policies for memorialization?   
there are whole range of questions about online life and identity.   
This day will bring together diverse constituents interested the whole  
range of issues around digital death.

2) 10th Internet Identity Workshop, May 17-19th, Mountain View
     Discount Code: W3C
     gets you regular registration rate until midnight Monday May 10th
     One Day registrations are also available.

This event brings together a community of innovators & implementors  
from large and small companies focused on open standards for  
distributed user-centric identity online.  This promises to be the  
largest IIW to date.  Government implementations,  Personal-Data- 
Stores, Privacy Implications of Social Network Changes, Persona  
Management, and many other topics will be discussed - see the list of  
proposed topics here.

3) Computers Freedom and Privacy, June 15-18, San Jose
     Includes an "unconference" afternoon June 16th

Smart phones, social networking and the “internet of things” let us  
integrate the online world and computers more deeply into our lives --  
and raise difficult questions, starting with whether we should have to  
give up our freedom and privacy in to reap the benefits of a constant  
connection to friends and information.

4) Ping Cloud Identity Summit, July 20-22, Keystone, CO
     Includes an "unconference" afternoon July 21st

Building Credibility in the Cloud. Change is upon us. Enterprise are  
asking architects to create and enact plans for the future, in a time  
when protocols are proliferating, services are moving to the cloud and  
perimeter security has been left behind. It is a time of change. Can  
the chaos be made to server you rather then the other say around. The  
best solutions will minimize application change, maximize business  
flexibility and monetize the benefit of cloud services. Discover them  
at the Cloud Identity Summit 2010.

5) Privacy Identity and Innovation, August 17-19th, Seattle, WA
     Includes a technology lab for privacy August 19th

We realize that pii means different things to different people, and  
our goal is to find common ground to encourage dialogue and  
Whether you are a privacy rights advocate or you believe privacy is  
indeed deade, pii2010 will offer a comprehensive look at how  
information is being created, shared, controlled, collected, stored  
and secured, how that is likely to change in the future and what it  
means for individuals, organizations and governments.
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