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HEARING ON THE PROTECT ACT (S. 798)
June 10, 1999

Jim Bidzos, vice chair, Security Dynamics Technologies, Inc. (parent company of RSA Data Security, Inc.) testified before the United States Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on behalf of Americans for Computer Privacy, that while S. 798, the PROTECT Act, is an improvement over current Administration encryption policy, it does not go far enough.

You can listen/watch the hearing below. Specific clips are available underneath each speakers photo.

Audio/Video from the hearing on Capitol Hill

Listen to the full cybercast: [Audio] [28.8K Video] [56K Video]
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Speakers in order of appearance

Sen. Conrad Burns
Sen. John Kerrey
Sen. John Ashcroft
Sen. Conrad Burns
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Sen. John Kerrey
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Sen. John Ashcroft
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Rep. Bob Goodlatte
William Reinsch
James Robinson
Rep. Bob Goodlatte
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William Reinsch
Dept. of Commerce

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James Robinson
Dept. of Justice

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Barbara McNamara
Q & A #1
David Aucsmith
Barbara McNamara, NSA
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Questions & Answers
for Panel #1

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Dr. David Aucsmith, Intel
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Jim Bidzos
Prof. Lance Hoffman
Jim Bidzos
RSA Data Security / ACP

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Prof. Lance Hoffman
Cyberspace Policy Inst.

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Q & A #2
Sen. Bill Frist
Questions & Answers
for Panel #2

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Sen. Bill Frist
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Special thanks to Speedera for helping to make this cybercast happen.


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