ANCHORAGE (AP) -- A three-day summit on privacy issues convened Wednesday at a downtown hotel in Anchorage.
A privacy expert from Microsoft, an FBI agent, the state corrections commissioner, a technology specialist with the University of Alaska and attorneys for British Petroleum and AT&T were among those participating in the Privacy Summit for Alaskans.
The summit, free and open to the public, was to open Wednesday evening at the Hilton Anchorage.
Lt. Gov. Fran Ulmer, one of the conference's moderators, said one of the main purposes is to discuss what kinds of information and how much should be shared over the Internet.
On the Web at www.gov.state.ak.us/ltgov/privacy/privacy.html.
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