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Broadcast on Privacy

From: Adam van den Hoven <list@adamvandenhoven.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 09:11:22 -0700
Message-Id: <200208200911.AA57737740@adamvandenhoven.com>
To: "P3P Mailing list" <www-p3p-policy@w3.org>

Week nights at 9:05pm Eastern Time, CBC Radio1 broadcasts its regular program "Ideas"(http://radio.cbc.ca/programs/ideas/). Tonight the topic is:

Two computer scientists, a philosopher, and a lawyer from the Ontario Privacy Commission join IDEAS host Paul Kennedy in exploring whether privacy is possible in a wired world, in highlights from a community seminar presented by the Calgary Institute of the Humanities. 

This is a rebroadcast from earlier in the year (CBC does that during the summer). I've heard most of the original broadcast and its really interesting. Not at all about P3P but rather it asks questions about the nature of privacy, whether we should have it, what we can do to take it back, that sort of thing. Its well worth this listen. 

You can catch it online at:

If you happen to be one of the poor souls who don't make it on (I don't know how many streams they have but its not infinite) you can also check out one of the regional broadcasts (http://www.cbc.ca/audio.html) and just wait until 9:05 in that location (9:35 in Newfoundland) and give it a listen. 


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