On Jun. 07, 1993, the new Clinton Administration convened the "Third CPSR Cryptography and Privacy Conference (CPSR - Computer Professionals For Social Responsibility)."
The conference was held two days before an important Jun. 09, 1993 House hearing on "encryption and telecommunications network security." The conference gathered over 106 attendees representing government, politics, commerce, manufacturing, industry, media, technology, telecommunications, healthcare, banking, education, faith and accounting. That's plenty of arm-twisting, even for Washington, D.C.
The meeting sponsor was globalist advocate Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
The hosts included:
(1) James P. Chandler, III, George Washington University intellectual property and national security law professor, and later patent attorney for social networking inventor Leader Technologies, Inc. (Jan. 2000);
2) John D. Podesta, chief of staff and campaign manager to Bill Clinton, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton;
(3) Stephen D. Crocker, founding member of the illegal public-private conspiracy group Highland's Forum/Group (Feb. 1995), then Barack Obama's director of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) who ceded control to the UN on Oct. 01, 2016—one month before Donald J. Trump was elected president.
Hillary hid the 1993 encryption meeting attendee list