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Board of Directors, as of 2006 (with additional offices listed): Chair and Treasurer Barbara Simons, President Marc Rotenberg, Secretary Deborah Hurley, Whitfield Diffie, Peter Neumann.

Other officials: General Counsel David Sobel. Additional counsel: Lillie Coney, CÚdric Laurant, Marcia Hofmann, Melissa Ngo, Sherwin Siy. Senior Fellow Harry Hammitt.

Advisory Board, as of 2006: Phil Agre, Anita Allen-Castellitto, John Anderson, Ann Bartow, Francesca Bignami, Christine L. Borgman, James Boyle, David Burnham, Vint Cerf, David Chaum, Julie E. Cohen, Simon Davies, Whitfield Diffie, David Farber, David Flaherty, Austin Hill, Deborah Hurley, Jerry Kang, Judith Krug, Gary Marx, Mary Minow, Peter G. Neumann, Eli Noam, Stephanie Perrin, Anita Ramasastry, Pam Samuelson, Bruce Schneier, Paul Schwartz, Barbara Simons, Robert Ellis Smith, Daniel J. Solove, Frank Tuerkheimer, Edward G. Viltz, Willis Ware, Paul Wolfson.

Official Website:

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Anderson
15-Feb-1922   Independent candidate for President, 1980
James Bamford
15-Sep-1946   The Puzzle Palace
Vint Cerf
23-Jun-1943   Co-Designed Internet's TCP-IP protocol
Whitfield Diffie
5-Jun-1944   Invented public key cryptography
Ron Rivest
Computer Programmer
1947   The R in RSA
Marc Rotenberg
c. 1961   Electronic Privacy Information Center
Pamela Samuelson
c. 1949   Computer Law Professor at UC Berkeley
Bruce Schneier
Computer Programmer
15-Jan-1964   Applied Cryptography
David Sobel
?   EFF Senior Counsel

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