For those of you in Utah, Communities for Decency is sponsoring the 1st Annual Technology Summit on May 31, 2008. The conference will be held on BYU campus in 3228 Wilkinson Center. There’s no charge to attend, but they’d really like folks to register so they have an idea of how many to expect.
You can get full information at the Communities for Decency website.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the program:
8:50-9:00 Welcome: Cindy Moreno, President, Communities for Decency
9:00-9:30 Keynote: Fraser Bullock, Founder, Citizens against Pornography
9:30-10:15 Troy Rawlings, Davis County Attorney
10:15-10:30 Break and Refreshments
10:30-11:30 Charles Knutson, BYU Professor (yeah, that’s me)
11:30-12:30 Panel Discussion: Kyle Bullock (CFD Technology State Board Member), John Carosella (VP of Content Control, Blue Coat Systems), Dan Gray (Co-Founder and Clinical Director, LifeSTAR Network Program of Utah), Charles Knutson, Troy Rawlings, Jack Sunderlage (CEO, ContentWatch), Carl Wimmer (Utah State Representative)
Early reports suggest a pretty good turnout, which is great, especially considering this is the first year. Come spend half a day if you’re interested in understanding technology and how to protect your families. See you there!
I would have come, but I was well over a thousand miles away. Hope it went well!