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Stanford Law School: Is This the End of the Internet?
Tuesday, November 27, 2012 from 12:45 PM to 2:00 PM (PST)
The Stanford Journal of International Law (SJIL)
The Stanford Law and Technology Association (SLATA)
for a lively panel discussion about the future of the Internet entitled
Sticky WCIT: Is This the End of the Internet?
An upcoming global UN conference will consider proposals that threaten Internet freedom – and Silicon Valley’s prosperity
Ambassador David Gross
Former U.S. Coordinator for International Communications
and Information Policy, U.S. Department of State
Google's Patrick Ryan
Policy Counsel, Open Internet
The Irving Group
Former Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information
Larry Downes, Forbes & CNet Contributor
Location: Stanford Law School Room 190
When & Where
Stanford Law School
Advocating for the Technology of the Future from the Epicenter of Innovation
CALinnovates provides a forum for leaders in the technology, investment, political and academic worlds to identify and discuss the key issues impacting innovation and economic growth; and advocates for forward-leaning policies that will deliver on the promise of the world's innovation-driven economy. www.calinnovates.org
The Stanford Journal of International Law is one of the oldest and most reputable international law journals in the United States. The Journal seeks to promote scholarship of the highest quality through timely, innovative, and important pieces on international and comparative legal topics. www.stanford.edu/group/sjil/
Stanford Law and Technology Association (SLATA) has engaged the Stanford community with thought leaders at the intersections of law, policy, science, and technology. SLATA’s events foster a vibrant intellectual dialogue about the novel and challenging legal questions that coincide with technological innovation. http://slata.stanford.edu/