July 1, 1996 || Stanford, California


SAFE Forum Highlights

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The SAFE Forum

On July 1, 1996, in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, members of Congress and prominent computer industry leaders and privacy advocates met to discuss the need to reform U.S. encryption policy.

The goal of the Forum was to raise awareness for the importance of encryption technology to enhance privacy and security on the global information infrastructure, and the problems posed by the current US approach to cryptowolfgraphy policy.

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America Online
American Civil Liberties Union
Americans for Tax Reform
AT&T
Audionet
Business Software Alliance
Center for Democracy and Technology
Center for National Security Studies
Commercial Internet eXchange
CompuServe Incorporated
Computer and Communications Industry Association
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
Cylink Corporation
Digital Secured Networks Technology
EDS
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Electronic Messaging Association
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Information Technology Association of America
IEEE - USA
ManyMedia
MediaCast
Media Institute
Microsoft Corporation
National Association of Manufacturers
Netcom Online Communication Services
Netscape Communications Corporation
Novell, Inc.
Oracle Corporation
Pacific Telesis Group
Pretty Good Privacy, Inc.
Prodigy, Inc.
Progress and Freedom Foundation
Rent-a-Computer
Securities Industry Association
Software Publishers Association
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Sybase, Inc.
Voters Telecommunications Watch
Wired Magazine

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