11 March 1999

See also Duncan Campbell's Echelon reporting: http://jya.com/echelon-dc.htm

Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1999 15:24 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)
From: hcorn@cix.co.uk (Peter Sommer)
Subject: duncan campbell@csrc/lse:  March 16
To: ukcrypto@maillist.ox.ac.uk

Computer Security Research Centre
Public Security Colloquia
16 March 1999
Tuesdays LSE Clement Building Room D602, 1700-1900hrs

Global information surveillance:
Intelligence and law enforcement planning and capabilities

Duncan Campbell

Duncan Campbell will report on and discuss his current work for the
European Parliament on such systems as Echelon and proposed legislation /
mutual assistance arrangements as Enfopol and the US Communications
Assistance to Law Enforcement Act.  On the back of e-commerce, the world's
largest intelligence-gathering and law enforcement agencies have increased
their demands for access to real-time surveillance facilities.  What is
possible now,  what might be possible in the future,  what justification
can be made,  and what controls on this activity should we be seeking?

Members of the public may attend free of charge but must pre-register by
e-mail to csrc@lse.ac.uk.  As this is work in progress thee meeting will
take place under Chatham House Rules;  there will be a free exchange of
ideas but the meeting cannot for the moment be reported in the press.  The
LSE Clement Building is on the Aldwych, London WC2 between the Law Courts
and the south end of Kingsway;  there is a large hanging white
sign on the outside.

Future Programme details:  http://csrc.lse.ac.uk/Colloquia/colloquia1.htm

Enquiries: 0171 955 6197 (voice-mail service)

This year's colloquium series is made possible through the kind assistance
of Deutsche Bank

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