Tuesday, July 20

6:45 Pre-conference reception

Humboldt University, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin
Held in conjuction with the Privacy in ITS Applications Workshop

Wednesday,  July 21

Conference location: Hotel Berlin, Berlin, Lützowplatz 17, 10785 Berlin

9:00 Opening Remarks

9:15 Session 1 (Web Privacy): Mikhail Atallah

10:45 Break

11:15 Invited Speaker: Wendy Seltzer

12:30 Lunch

2:15 Session 2 (DB Privacy): Paul Syverson

3:45 Break

4:00 Rump Session: Tom Heydt-Benjamin

6:00 PET Award Reception

Thursday, July 22

Conference location: Hotel Berlin, Berlin, Lützowplatz 17, 10785 Berlin

9:30 Session 3 (Crypto): Nick Hopper

11:00 Break

11:30 Session 4 (Anonymous Communications I): Shishir Nagaraja

12:30 Lunch

2:15 Session 5 (Anonymous Communications II): Aaron Johnson

3:15 Break

3:45 Session 6 (Social Networks): Claudia Diaz

6:30 Conference Dinner

Friday, July 23

Conference location: Hotel Berlin, Berlin, Lützowplatz 17, 10785 Berlin

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9:30 Opening Remarks

9:35 HotPETs Session 1: Anonymity Systems I

10:50 Break

11:15 Invited Speaker: Dr. Alexander Dix (Bio)

12:30 Lunch

2:00 HotPETs Session 3: Privacy in the Real World

3:15 Break

3:30 HotPETs Session 4: Location Privacy

4:20 Break

4:40 HotPETs Session 5: Identity Management

5:30 Closing Remarks

Saturday, July 24

9:30 Guided bunker tour and boat trip through historical Berlin

Invited Speakers

Dr. Alexander Dix.
Dr. Alexander Dix, LL.M. (Lond.), was elected as Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information by the Berlin State Parliament (Germany) for the first time in June 2005. Previously he had been Commissioner in the State of Brandenburg for seven years. He has 24 years of working experience in the field of data protection.

Dr. Dix is a specialist in telecommunications and media and has dealt with a number of issues regarding the cross-border protection of citizen’s privacy. He chairs the International Working Group on Data Protection in Telecommunications (“Berlin Group”) and is a member of the Art. 29 Working Party of European Data Protection Supervisory Authorities. In this Working Party he represents the Data Protection Authorities of the 16 German States (Länder).

A native of Bad Homburg, Hessen, Alexander Dix graduated from Hamburg University with a degree in law in 1975. He received a Master of Laws degree from London University after studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1976 and a Doctorate in law from Hamburg University in 1984. He has published extensively on issues of data protection and freedom of information.