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Below is an edited schedule of upcoming conferences, events, and opportunities posted to members of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. If you plan to attend, and would like to take some CPSR brochures along, please contact Susan Evoy, Deputy Director, , , 650/322-3778.

Science and Social Responsibility in the New Millenniuim, Student Pugwash, UC-San Diego, June 28-July 4, 1999. Contact:,, 202/393-6555

Conference on Computing and Philosophy, Pittsburgh, PA, Aug 5-7. Contact:

ACM Digital Libraries Conference, Berkeley, CA, Aug. 11-14. Contact: .

Human Potential and the Information Society, Dublin, Ireland, Aug 23-27.  Contact:

Will the First Amendment Survive the New Millenium? San Francisco, CA, Sept. 17-18.  Contact: , 916-974-8888.

Bridging the Gap: Innovative Approaches to Providing Information Services, Microsoft, Redmond, WA, Sept. 17-18.  Contact: , .

Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Alexandria, VA, Sept. 25-27. Contact: .

Community Networking, "Engaging Realism," Ballarat, AUSTRALIA, Sept. 29 - Oct. 1. Contact:

CPSR's Annual Conference, Stanford University, CA, Oct. 2-3. Stay tuned for more info in the coming months.  Contact: Let us know if you want to help with the planning.

RuralTeleCon, the Rural Telecommunications Congress, Aspen, CO, October 10-13. Contact:

Strategic Uses of Information Technology: Global Networking, ERP, Electronic Commerce & On-line Learning, New Rochelle, NY, Oct. 13-15. Contact: 

Citizens at the Crossroads: Whose Information Society?, London, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 21-24. Contact:

Urban Girls: Entering the New Millennium, Buffalo, NY, April 14-15, 2000. Contact: