My paper, "Invasive Browser Sniffing and Countermeasures" got into the 15th annual World Wide Web conference.
I'm excited. Only 81 papers were accepted (of 700 submissions), and our paper was submitted to a very competitive track; rumor has it that the security & privacy track had a 4% acceptance rate.
The only down side to this is that the conference is in Edinburgh, Scotland. And it's at one of the world's swankyist conference centers / castles. Entry fees are steep, and I'll be in Oz at that point, so I won't get to attend the soiree.
Oh well, I'll just spend the time on the beach instead of in that conference.