Conference call invitation: 14 September at 8 am Pacific / 11 am Eastern / 17:00 Central European

[Cross posted this once to public-privacy in case interested people have not yet subscribed to the new public-tracking dlist]

Please join us for an open conference call prior to the first face-to-face kickoff meeting for the Tracking Protection Working Group on 21/22 September at MIT. We will discuss working group logistics and answer your questions on Wednesday, 14 September at 8 am Pacific / 11 am Eastern / 17:00 Central European time. This will be a meta discussion, rather one than one that addresses the substance of TPWG issues.

The sign up form for the call is:

The call in number is:

      +1.617.761.6200, code 87225#

Agenda for the call:
       :00 Welcome!
           - Introductions: Aleecia, Thomas, Nick
       :10 Overview of goals and deliverables for the FPWD
       :15 Preparation prior to meeting at MIT
           - Input documents
           - Use cases for your organization and your users
           - Defining success
       :20 Logistics for MIT & expectations for f2f meetings
       :25 Questions
       :55 Wrap up

The call is *not* required to attend the MIT meeting. Details and registration for the MIT meeting are linked from: 

I look forward to seeing everyone in Boston, and to talking with you on Wednesday. 


Aleecia M. McDonald // Senior Privacy Researcher @ Mozilla //

Received on Tuesday, 13 September 2011 02:42:41 UTC