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Subject: Register Now for the Managing Digital Identity in a Networked World, Identity Conference 2012

[The following announcement is being sent on behalf of the organizers of the Identity 2012 Conference.  OASIS is an organizational supporter of the conference.]


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Monday 30 April – Tuesday 1 May 2012

Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, New Zealand


Four weeks to go!

There are only four weeks to go before the beginning of the Identity Conference 2012! Registrations are still open but are filling up fast so get in quick! If you still require accommodation, call the conference organisers (contact details overleaf).

The latest conference programme and speaker profiles are now available on the conference website. The programme is packed with major international and New Zealand identity experts so if you have not registered make sure you do soon.  Full registration information is available on the conference website.

You can register and pay online.

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Speaker Spotlight


Who controls your personal information? - Mary Rundle


Many of us provide our name, date of birth, and contact details online without batting an eyelash. But who sets the standard for what personal information a website can collect? What rules are there around how our information is used and how long it is kept?

Microsoft Identity Policy Strategist, Mary Rundle is a Fellow at the Berkman Centre for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School and an international expert in the governance of identity information. Her interests include how new tools for digital identity management can strengthen your control of your information. Mary has mapped international rules for a global framework for regulating the Internet.
Alma Headshot for iContactWhat is Google doing about your privacy? -
Alma Whitten


Google has made searching the Internet for information easy, but how do we know our privacy is being protected as we search? Dr Alma Whitten is Google's Director for Privacy for Product and Engineering.  At the conference she will explain what Google is doing to protect your privacy. On March 1 2012, Google changed its Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. They got rid of over 60 different privacy policies across Google and replaced them with one that’s a lot shorter and easier to read. The new policy and terms cover multiple products and features, reflecting Google's desire to create one beautifully simple and intuitive experience across Google. Alma received her computer science PhD from Carnegie Mellon University in 2004 where she specialised in human factor challenges for computer security.

Thumbs up to our sponsors

A big thank you to our wonderful sponsors.  We are delighted to add a new sponsor, TelstraClear:


Major sponsors:



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Conference Sponsors:



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Other sponsors:


FX Networks Limited

New Zealand Post Group

NEC New Zealand

Oracle Corporation

Directory Concepts

Intech Solutions Ltd


Find out more

Further information about the conference can be found at www.identityconference.victoria.ac.nz or contact the Conference Organiser:

Paardekooper and Associates

PO Box 41002


Lower Hutt 5047, New Zealand

Phone: +64 4 562 8259



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