Net Neutrality: What's at Stake - for the Internet, Politics and Consumers
The Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet presents
"NET NEUTRALITY: What's at Stake - for the Internet, Politics and Consumers"
Friday, June 16th, 2006
At the George Washington University's Jack Morton Auditorium
9:00 a.m. - Noon
Mike McCurry - Co-Chair, Hands off the Internet
Paul Misener - VP for Global Public Policy, Amazon
Followed by a panel of experts:
Daniel Brenner - Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Affairs, NCTA
Scott Cleland - Founder & President, PrecursorÂ® LLC and Chairman,Netcompetition
Ben Scott - Policy Director, Free Press
Danny Weitzner - Principal Research Scientist, MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab
Moderated by Leslie Harris - Executive Director, Center for Democracy and Technology
Check-in from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
RSVP requested. Register online, via email or call Ed Trelinski on (202) 994-1003.
The George Washington University's Jack Morton Auditorium, Media and Public Affairs Building, 1st Floor, 805 21st Street, NW, (on the corner of 21 st and H streets) Washington, DC 20052. For directions, click here.
About the Sponsors:
The Institute for Politics, Democracy, and the Internet is part of the Graduate School of PoliticalManagement at The George Washington University. IPDI's mission is to promote the use of the Internet and new communication technologies in politics to enhance democratic values, encourage citizen participation and improve governance, at home and abroad.
PoliticsOnline is the premier global company providing news, tools and strategies for using the Internet in politics and public affairs. The company was founded in 1996 and is now the oldest political Internet company. PoliticsOnline's products and services are in use today in over 50 countries and its 900+ clients include political campaigns and parties, corporations, non-government organizations, trade unions, foundations and media companies.