International Consumer Electronics Show 2010
International Consumer Electronics Show
Las Vegas, Nevada
Tech Policy Summit conference
Co-produced with the the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), this special edition of Tech Policy Summit will be open to all registered CES attendees for free or you can purchase a premium Tech Policy Summit pass for only $250.
Over 126,000 attendees from more than 130 countries attended CES in 2010, and we're excited about bringing Tech Policy Summit back to CES for the second year in a row with sessions on global innovation, spectrum policy, net neutrality, intellectual property, energy efficiency, broadband, e-waste and digital privacy hosted by leading tech journalists.
The program features over 40 leading speakers from the public and private sectors, including experts from the Federal Communications Commission, U.S. House of Representatives, the Center for Democracy and Technology, TechNet, Google, Sony, Verizon, Dell, Yahoo, AT&T, Samsung, Microsoft and Pandora. The preliminary agenda is online at http://events.techpolicycentral.com/tpsces2011/agenda.php , and we'll be announcing a number of exciting additions in the next couple of weeks.
In addition, the 2011 International CES will feature keynotes by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg, Xerox chairman and CEO Ursula Burns, Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers and GE chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt -- all included for free when you sign up for CES.