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Radio program on wiretaps and encryption: Wednesday at noon
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- Date: Tue, 22 Sep 92 12:17:42 -0700
Subject: Radio program on wiretaps and encryption: Wednesday at noon
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Date: 22 Sep 92 19:15:19 GMT
The Telecommunications Radio Project at KPFA is producing a series of
thirteen hour-long radio programs on issues in communications. The
first program is on the FBI's `Digital Telephony' e-z-wiretap proposal
and the politics of encryption.
The first half-hour will be an introduction and a panel discussion,
featuring Jim Bidzos of RSA Data Security; Jim Kalstrom, head of
investigative technology for the FBI; and me, representing the
Electronic Frontier Foundation. You can phone in questions and comments
in the second half of the show. The call-in number is:
+1 800 464 5732
This program will be broadcast live on Wed, September 23, at noon, on
these California stations:
KPFK Los Angeles
These other stations will be picking up the broadcast,
and probably transmitting it at a later time. Phone the station to find
out when it's scheduled.
KMUD Redway, California KCBL Sacramento, California
KPBS San Diego, California WMNF Tampa, Florida
KSUI Iowa City, Iowa KSAI Minneapolis, Minnesota
KSMU Springfield, Missouri WCPN Cleveland, Ohio
WYSO Yellow Springs, Ohio WBAI New York, New York
WXXI Rochester, New York WEOS Geneva, New York
KRCL Salt Lake City, Utah KPBX Spokane, Washington
KUOW Seattle, Washington
If you are not with in reach of a station that is broadcasting the
Communications Revolution, please call your local station and pitch it
to the program director. Have them call the Telecommincations Radio
Project at KPFA, at +1 510 848 6767 x263 or x264.
Future shows (Wednesdays at noon) will cover isses like how the concept
of libraries is changing; what information is availible to (and held
back from) the public; and electronic democracy where the voters can
feed back directly to goverment agencies or change the outcome of an
election via computer networks.
Please tune in, and phone in good questions. See you in the airwaves!
John Gilmore [email protected] -- [email protected] -- [email protected]
"It isn't given to us to know those rare moments when people
are wide open and the lightest touch can wither or heal."