Topics Include: The Regulatory State, New Content Business Models, Privacy and Security
August 10, 2015 – The 2015 Technology Policy Institute Aspen Forum begins this Sunday, August 16 and runs through August 18. The signature event will once again offer thoughtful discussion on topics impacting the information and technology industries. Discussion panels, working groups and keynotes include, in addition to the above, such timely topics as global aspects of internet regulation, the expansion of universal service funds to broadband, network neutrality, intellectual property and competition policy, and a host of others. Registration is still open and can be performed on the TPI website.
The Forum will begin with a special opening reception discussion with U.S. Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel hosted by Alan Raul, Partner and Global Coordinator of the Privacy, Data Security and Information Law Practice at Sidley Austin LLP.
Stanford economist Tim Bresnahan will give the opening keynote address, discussing “The Mobile Opportunity and Long Run Growth.”
The Monday evening dinner speaker will be YouTube Vice President Kelly Merryman, YouTube’s lead executive charged with managing relations with media companies around the world.
The event will also feature a special Monday luncheon conversation with Michelle K. Lee, Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and Daniel Marti, U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator and a Tuesday morning discussion with FCC Commissioners Michael O’Rielly and Mignon Clyburn.
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