Oklahoma Sunshine ’10: Privacy, Politicians & the Public's Need to Know

Kick off Sunshine Week with FOI Oklahoma’s 2010 Sunshine Conference

  • Birth dates. Public records. Identity theft. As state legislators consider exempting birth dates of government employees from the Open Records Act, an expert on data privacy will explain what should really worry us and how to better protect ourselves.

  • Ask candidates for governor and attorney general where they stand on open government issues. Scheduled to attend: Gubernatorial candidates Randy Brogdon, Drew Edmondson and Robert Hubbard; and Jim Priest, candidate for attorney general.

  • Learn from a Capitol-insider about state legislation aimed at the public’s right to know.

  • Celebrate 20 years of FOI Oklahoma Inc.

  • Recipients of FOI Oklahoma's three annual FOI awards will be announced during the conference luncheon.

  • March 13, 2010 (9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.)
  • The Oklahoman, 9000 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City

    Registration Form

  • Early registration must be received by March 10.

    • Non-members: $30
      (Includes lunch & one-year membership in FOI Oklahoma)

    • College/High School Students: $15
      (Includes lunch & one-year membership in FOI Oklahoma)

    • FOI Oklahoma Inc. Members: $10

    • Additional $5 for registrations received after March 10

      Make check or money order payable to FOI Oklahoma.

      Mail payment to:
      Oklahoma Sunshine '10
      Oklahoma Library Association
      300 Hardy Drive, Edmond, OK 73013
      405–525–5100 • Fax: 405–525–5103
      Kay Boies: kboies@sbcglobal.net

      Purchase Orders, and Visa and MasterCard payments can also be accepted. Please contact Kay Boies at the Oklahoma Library Association.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the commentators and do not necessarily represent the position of FOI Oklahoma Inc., its staff, or its board of directors. Differing interpretations of open government law and policy are welcome.