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INET San Francisco - Cyber Surveillance Public Forum

On October 2 2013 the Internet Society San Francisco Bay Area Chapter and CNET hosted INET San Francisco - a live discussion on the complex implications of Government Internet surveillance.

INET San Francisco comprised two components: first, a discussion featuring two experts on public policy and cyber surveillance. Alexander Abdo, a staff attorney with the National Security Program for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Nate Cardozo, Staff Attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation's (EFF) digital civil liberties team.; second, a panel ltook audience questions and discussed the relative merits of each speaker's proposed approach. Panelists: Susan Freiwald, Professor, University of San Francisco Law School , Matthew Sundquist, Former Facebook Privacy Team Member and Co-founder of, Declan McCullagh (moderator), Chief Political Correspondent, CNET, and Paul Brigner, North America Regional Bureau Director, Internet Society.

The event was webcast live on the Internet Society livestream channel.