October 3, 2007 | By Cindy Cohn

Google Associate General Counsel to Speak at EFF Bootcamp and Google to Offer Scholarships

Breaking News Google Associate General Counsel Alex Macgillivray has agreed to attend the EFF Compliance Bootcamp on October 10 and to explain why Google thinks it is important that Web 2.0 companies learn the information we're teaching.

Additionally, Google has generously offered funding for scholarships for approximately 20 additional individuals to attend the Bootcamp. To apply, submit one paragraph to us at Bootcamp@eff.org explaining:

1) Why you would like to attend the Bootcamp, and
2) Why you need a scholarship in order to attend.

We will review them and choose the scholarship recipients on Monday October 8. Thanks Google!


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