First of all, welcome to our new readers! We had a great time at SXSW introducing ourselves and CDT to a new audience that's as excited as we are about keeping the Internet the awesome place that it is. Take some time to look around and read up on all the issues that matter to you.
Adam Rosenberg and I absorbed ourselves in some enlightening panels and got a chance to hobnob with a few tech world titans. Here's a list of all of our SXSWi 2010 coverage:
What Too Much Locational Data at SXSW Can Do... 
"Checking In" on Location App Craze at SXSW 
Smackdown: Consumer Privacy vs. Advertiser Revenue 
SXSW: Of Tech, Nerds, and New Media 
How the Internet Gave Women a Voice in Iran: A brief history 
Expectations of Privacy 
Open Government Awesomeness 
I also got the chance to chat with several of you about your thoughts on online privacy. danah body's keynote  set an initial tone for a festival where over-sharing was "normal " (and sometimes painful ), so I wanted to find out what you were thinking in such an environment. Check out short video drawn from a few of those interviews below - with a special treat at the end.
SXSW Interactive was a conference that lent itself well to over-sharing online, so what role do you think Internet privacy should have at SXSW? Can these two ideals co-exist or are they forever set on a collision course? Let us know what you think in the comments below.