Reminder: CNET hosting WikiLeaks panel tonight

If you're in the San Francisco area tonight, feel free to stop by a WikiLeaks discussion we're hosting at CNET HQ.

We've mentioned this before, but a reminder can't hurt: If you're in the San Francisco area, feel free to stop by a WikiLeaks discussion we're hosting at CNET headquarters this evening.

It's organized by the Society of Professional Journalists-Northern California and on the first floor of our building at 235 Second Street (between Howard and Folsom Streets). That's about two blocks from BART and about a 15 minute walk from Caltrain.

Here are the panelists, including yours truly:

* Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent, CNET
* Caille Millner, San Francisco Chronicle
* Evan Hansen, editor-in-chief, Wired.com
* Burt Herman, Hacks & Hackers
* Jalal Ghazi, New America Media
* E.B. Boyd, FastCompany.com and board member, SPJ-NorCal

And here's a link with more information.

If you can't make it, no worries. CNET TV is planning to record the event and post the video.

About the author

Declan McCullagh is the chief political correspondent for CNET. You can e-mail him or follow him on Twitter as declanm. Declan previously was a reporter for Time and the Washington bureau chief for Wired and wrote the Taking Liberties section and Other People's Money column for CBS News' Web site.

 

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