UBC Computer Science Professor Emeritus Richard Rosenberg is the recipient of the BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) Lifetime Achievement Award. This special award was presented to Dr. Rosenberg in honour of his commitment and contribution as a member of BCCLA for nearly thirty years. His work focused on the implications of the internet for such important civil liberties areas as privacy and anonymity, free speech, access, and ethics. He put tremendous effort into developing national and international privacy and ethics policies, particularly with respect to electronic media, in Canada, the United States, and Europe, as well as national and international approaches to the regulation of free speech on the Internet. As such, his work has been critical to promoting and protecting privacy rights.