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About the Privacy Coalition

The Privacy Coalition is a nonpartisan coalition of consumer, civil liberties, educational, family, library, labor, and technology organizations that have agreed to the Privacy Pledge. The organization formed in February 2001.

2007 ANNUAL MEETING
BACKGROUND

On January 25-27, 2007 the Privacy Coalition held its 13th Annual meeting in Washington, DC to review the lead privacy issues from 2006, and plan the privacy agenda for the year. More than 50 organizations participated in the meeting. This unique gathering of policy experts, technologists, consumer advocates, attorneys, and media experts form a think tank environment to deliberate ongoing and emerging threats to privacy posed by new technology and policy developments. The topics discussed included REAL ID, domestic violence, travel privacy, voter identification, immigration, NSA and DOD domestic surveillance, data mining, children and privacy, and medical information privacy.

Maxine Waters
Congresswoman Maxine Waters
Keynote Speaker
2007 Privacy Coalition Annual Meeting


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