The list of papers accepted to STOC 2010 is out. Several interesting crypto and related papers, though many of them are (to the best of my knowledge) not yet on-line.
An interesting observation: I noticed at least one paper got accepted that was rejected at least twice before from “weaker” conferences. (To the best of my knowledge, the content of the paper has not changed. Of course, I could be wrong.) Rather than speculate which PC made the “right” decision and which made the “wrong” decision, or re-hash the arguments about anonymous vs. non-anonymous submissions, let’s just chalk this up as more evidence of the high degree of variability in conference acceptance decisions.