Virtual Global Task Force Conference Invitation

This is from Travis Haymore of DHS/ICE Cyber Crimes Center:

You are invited to attend the Virtual Global Task Force Conference
being held in Washington, DC on the 21st and 22nd of February at the
Renaissance Mayflower Hotel.

The Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT) is made up of law enforcement
agencies from around the world working together to fight child
exploitation online. The aim of the VGT is to build an effective,
international partnership of law enforcement agencies and Internet
industry partners, to protect children from online child exploitation.


Jim Gamble - Chairman, Virtual Global Taskforce & Chief Executive of
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, UK

Julie Myers - Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, U.S.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Joe Sullivan - Joe Sullivan is a recognised authority on this subject
now seconded to CEOP. He is an Honorary Lecturer in Forensic
Psychology at the University of Birmingham.

Kevin Zuccato - Federal Agent, Australian Federal Police & Director of
Australian Hi Tech Crime Centre

David Gork - Director for Specialized Crime, Interpol

John P. Clark - Deputy Assistant Secretary for Operations, U.S.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Ernie Allen - President and Chief Executive Officer, National Center
for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)

Earla-Kim McColl - National Child Exploitation Co-ordination Centre,
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Maggie Eno - M'Lop Tapang ("Under the Tree") Cambodia

Dr Ethel Quayle - Director, The COPINE Project, University College Cork, Ireland

Interested parties should see for registration.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contract Travis
directly at 703-293-8005.

Well this is off topic.

In article <>, Joseph Jackson <> writes

Well this is off topic.

If you don't have the partnerships mentioned, then it rapidly becomes an operational issue when the police raid your premises at 5am and take away all the servers, because they suspect they contain illegal material.

They might throw the CEO in jail too, but that's probably less of an immediate operational impact. But when he eventually gets out, he may ask you to make some operational changes to ensure it doesn't happen again!

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