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The agenda is as follows:
|1400||Welcome||Dr Ian Brown, UCL Computer Science|
|1405||The Home Office consultations||Simon Watkin, Home Office|
|1420||Government access to communications data||Dr Richard Clayton, Cambridge University Computer Laboratory|
|1435||Government access to decryption keys||Caspar Bowden, ex-director, FIPR|
|1505||Risks to safety and security||Dr Brian Gladman, MoD and NATO (retired)|
|1520||Errors of judgment and integrity in presenting computer-based evidence||Duncan Campbell, expert witness and investigative journalist|
|1545||Parliamentary scrutiny of RIPA and its Orders||The Earl of Erroll, House of Lords (crossbencher)|
|1615||Compatibility with human rights law||Prof. Douwe Korff, London Metropolitan University|
|1630||Do the police need longer detention periods to investigate encrypted evidence?||Prof. Ross Anderson, Cambridge University Computer Laboratory|
|1645||The changing public mood on privacy||Lord Phillips of Sudbury, House of Lords (Liberal Democrat)|
|1655||Questions and conclusions||Simon Davies, Privacy International and LSE|
Useful background information is at Privacy International's wiretap page and FIPR's "Surveillance and security" pages.