ISOC-DC TV – Live Events
Digital Trust and the Future of the Global Marketplace
Jake Colvin – Executive Director of the Global Innovation Forum and Vice President at the National Foreign Trade Council
Adam C. Schlosser – Director Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Danielle Kehl – Policy Analyst, Open Technology Institute, New America Foundation
Eric Burger – Director (General Manager) of the Georgetown Center for Secure Communications (GCSC) and the Security and Software Engineering Research Center (S2ERC at Georgetown)
Michael Nelson – Public Policy at Cloudflare, Inc.
Governments and Internet Governance
Amr Aljowaily, Embassy of Egypt, NYC
Sally Wentworth, Vice President of Global Policy Development, The Internet Society
Veni Markowski, Bulgaria, ICANN VP for UN Engagement
Dr. Marc Daumas, Scientific Attache, Embassy of France
Carolina de Cresce El Debs, Embassy of Brazil
David Satola, The World Bank
Nancy Scola, The Washington Post
Towards a Trusted Internet: Backdoors to the Crypto Promised Land
Moderator: Eric Burger, Internet Society/Georgetown University
- Russ Housley, Chair, Internet Architecture Board
- Lance Hoffman, Distinguished Research Professor of Computer Science and Founder of the School of Engineering’s Cyberspace Security Policy and Research Institute at The George Washington University
- Quentin Liu, Senior Director of Engineering, Symantec
- Christopher Soghoian, Principal Technologist, ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project
The United Nations and the Internet—What’s Next – A Recap of the ITU Plenipotentiary
Fiona Alexander, Associate Administrator for International Affairs, NTIA
Leslie Martinkovics, Director of International Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Verizon
Carolina Rossini, Vice President, International Policy and Strategy, Public Knowledge
Sally Wentworth, Vice President of Global Public Policy Development, The Internet Society
Human Rights, Accountability, and Internet Governance: A Panel Discussion
Monday November 17, 2014
12:30pm – 2:00pm
Location: Elliott School of International Affairs The George Washington University
Should Wireless Technologies Be Regulated Differently?
Wednesday October 15, 2014
8:45 am – 11:30 am
Location: The Pierce Room, The Willard Hotel, 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC, 20004
The 2010 Open Internet Order and its 2014 proposed rules apply a lighter regulatory touch to wireless broadband than to traditional fixed-line technologies. Virginia Tech Engineering Professor Jeffrey Reed, Berkeley Business Professor Michael Katz, and Boston College Law Professor Daniel Lyons will discuss whether wireless technologies should be treated differently. CTIA President Meredith Atwell Baker and Vice President of Global Policy Development at the Internet Society will provide introductory remarks.
Event Details: When: Wednesday, October 15 Time: 8:45 AM – 11:30 AM
Where: Pierce Room, The Willard Hotel, 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC, 20004
Twitter Hashtag: #FCCPenn
Breakfast will be served
Registration and Breakfast: 8:45 am – 9:30 am
Welcome: 9:30 am – 9:45 am
Opening Remarks: 9:45 am – 10:00 am Meredith Atwell Baker, President and CEO, CTIA-The Wireless Association
Panel Discussion: 10:00 am -11:30 am
Christopher Yoo, John H. Chestnut Professor of Law, Communication, and Computer & Information Science and Founding Director, of the Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, University of Pennsylvania, and Faculty Affiliate, Penn Wharton Public Policy Initiative.
Jeffrey Reed, Willis G. Worcester Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech University
Michael Katz, Sarin Chair in Strategy and Leadership, Haas School of Business, University of California-Berkeley
Daniel Lyons, Associate Professor, Boston College Law School
Sizing Up the Digital Economy
Monday October 6, 2014
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
The Senate Finance Committee requested that ITC analyze the economic impact of the digital economy. They also requested that ITC examine digital protectionism around the world. The ITC found that “digital trade, through the combined effects of the Internet in enhancing productivity and lowering international trade costs in certain digitally intensive industries, has resulted in increase in U.S. gross domestic product of some four percent.”
Please join us at this free brown bag lunch. James Stamps, Project Leader, will discuss the ITC Report. He will be follewed by a panel of four commentators:
• Michael Mandel, Chief Economic Strategist of the Progressive Policy Institute will provide an economic assessment of the report.
• Jacquelynn Ruff, Vice President, International, of Verizon will provide a view from a leading Internet Service Provider (ISP).
• Linda Kinney, Senior Vice President, Motion Picture Association of America will provide perspective from an association representing content providers.
• Usman Ahmed, Policy Counsel of eBay will provide analysis from an e-commerce viewpoint.
After Istanbul – An Internet Governance Forum 2014 Debrief
Monday September 15, 2014
This year’s Internet Governance Forum is taking place in Istanbul, Turkey from September 2 – 5. More than 3,000 delegates will debate critical issues affecting the future of the Internet, including online privacy, censorship, cybersecurity, net neutrality, the NetMundial initiative, and the evolution of ICANN. Please join ISOC-DC for a discussion about IGF 2014. This is an audience participation event.
Ambassador David Gross – Wiley Rein
Andrew Mack – AMGlobal
Steve DelBianco – NetChoice
Natalie Green – Public Knowledge
Michael Nelson – CCT Program, Georgetown University
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