Later this week is a conference on Privacy and Security sponsored by the Centre for Innovation and Law (UofT), the Centre for Applied Cryptographic Research (Waterloo), and the Ontario Privacy Commission. I’ll be speaking there on a panel on Privacy and Homeland Security.
I’ve been looking for something like this for a while. The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has put out a security manual (PDF) that gives all sorts of practical tips on how to cover war. It is meant for journalists, but also practically useful for academics who work in zones of conflict.
Tomorrow there is a conference on SARS and Human Rights in China, put on by the UofT Law School. I’ll be there.