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Other important sources of information

Talks (in English).

* The European cryptography industry by Professor Peter Landrock at the Copenhagen Hearing April 23 - 24 1998.[.html], slides (.ppt)

* The Business Need for Cryptography by Mr. Chris Sundt at the Copenhagen Hearing April 23 - 24 1998.[.html], slides (.ppt)

* Recent changes in French legislation concerning encryption by Mr. d'Arbonneau at the Copenhagen Hearing April 23 - 24 1998.[.html]

* Digital signatures - legal obstacles or legal possibilities by Mr. Per Furberg at the Copenhagen Hearing April 23 - 24 1998.[.html], slides (.ppt)

* An International Survey of Encryption Policy. by GILC.

* Crypto in Europe - Markets, Law and Policy by Ross Anderson - Cambridge University.
Surveys the uses of cryptography in Europe and points out some misconceptions in government policy statements.



Organisations

* FIPR: Foundation for Information Policy Research
The Foundation for Information Policy Research is an independent body that studies the interaction between information technology and society. Our goal is to identify technical developments with significant social impact, commission research into public policy alternatives, and promote public understanding and dialogue between technologists and policy-makers in the UK and Europe.

* EPIC: Electronic Privacy Information Center

* Global Internet Liberty Campaign.
The Global Internet Liberty Campaign was formed at the annual meeting of the Internet Society in Montreal. Members of the coalition include the American Civil Liberties Union, the Electronic Privacy Information Center, Human Rights Watch, the Internet Society, Privacy International, the Association des Utilisateurs d'Internet, and other civil liberties and human rights organizations.



Last update 1st March 1999
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