Here are more pictures from CFP:
The Trusted Computing plenary. (from left to right: Seth Schoen, Staff Technologist, EFF; David Safford, IBM; Danny Weitzner, W3C and Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, MIT (Moderator);
Geoffrey Strongin, Platform Security Architect, AMD). Yes, that is John Gilmore in the foreground.
The "Open Source, Open Society" plenary. (Kenneth Neil Cukier, Fellow, Harvard's Kennedy School of Government (Co-moderator); Eric Makuli Osiakwan, Association of African Internet Service Provider Associations (http://www.afrispa.org/); Tom Kalil, Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Science and Technology for UC Berkeley; Bernard Benhamou, Director of Forecasting and Internet governance, E-Government Development Agency, Office of the Prime Minister, France; Jennifer M. Urban, Visiting Acting Clinical Professor, University of California Berkeley School of Law (Co-moderator); Jason Matusow, Microsoft;
Tony Stanco, E-Government.)
The "The Next Drug War: Possession Statutes Target Technology" concurrent session. (from left to right: Christian Genetski, Partner, Sonnenschein, Nath & Rosenthal, Anti-Piracy Counsel for DirecTV; Jason Schultz, EFF; Fred von Lohmann, EFF; Albert Zakarian, Esquire, DTVDefense.com; Robert S. Apgood, Attorney at Law, AvantLaw PLLC). Yes, that is Dave Schlossberg's hair to the left and Parker Thompson's hair to the right.