The Technology Policy Institute has confirmed presenters for the 2011 Aspen Forum breakout sessions. The four informal, off-the-record breakout sessions will cover the pertinent topics of spectrum policy, intellectual property, antitrust, and online drug advertising. A complete list of breakout session presenters is now available on the TPI website. The Aspen Forum is scheduled for August 21 – 23.
The Technology Policy Institute has confirmed speakers for the TPI Aspen Forum panel, “Internet Governance in a Post-Wikileaks, Post-Egypt World”. This panel will bring together a distinguished group of international experts to discuss one of the most high-profile technology related global public policy subjects-how individuals, companies, and governments are grappling with the conflicting and difficult opportunities and threats arising from the explosive growth of the Internet. The panelists will explore not only what is happening today, but also critically important emerging issues regarding upcoming major international events that may fundamentally change the legal and policy dynamics of the Internet world. The TPI Aspen Forum is scheduled for August 21 – 23 in Aspen, Colorado.
Victor Nichols, Chief Executive Officer of Experian North America, will address attendees at this year’s TPI Aspen Forum. He will join other notable speakers at the premiere event, where participants will discuss the latest in technology policy and innovation issues. The annual event is scheduled for August 21 – 23 in Aspen, Colorado.
The Technology Policy Institute has confirmed speakers for the TPI Aspen Forum panel, “A Discussion with Media and Telecom Leaders.” The panel, comprising the top public policy minds in the key sectors of media and the Internet, will discuss current and leading-edge issues such as privacy, cybersecurity, wireless broadband and spectrum reform, next-generation broadband, and intellectual property in an Internet age, from both a U.S. and global perspective. The panelists will also explore the role and limits of government regulation in an Internet age. The TPI Aspen Forum is scheduled for August 21 – 23 in Aspen, Colorado.
The importance of the communications sector as a driver of innovation and the economic recovery has increasingly put the Federal Communications Commission at the center of critically important policy debates. Policies involving broadband penetration and adoption, spectrum allocation, and network neutrality will affect the evolution of the media and communications industries for years to come. FCC Commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Robert M. McDowell will share their views and recommendations on these and related issues during the closing luncheon panel, “A Conversation with the Commissioners” at the TPI Aspen Forum, scheduled for August 21 – 23 in Aspen, Colorado.
Colorado Senator Mark Udall will offer welcoming remarks at the Technology Policy Institute’s Aspen Forum, scheduled for August 21-23. Senator Udall, elected to the U.S. Senate in 2008 after serving five terms as Representative of Colorado’s 2nd district, has worked to promote the development of Colorado’s aerospace industry, and the clean energy and high technology sectors. Senator Udall currently serves on the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and the Select Committee on Intelligence.
Peter Thiel, technology entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist, will join other notable keynote speakers at the Technology Policy Institute’s 2011 Aspen Forum, scheduled for August 21 – 23. Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and investor in such tech companies as Facebook, LinkedIn, and SpaceX, is expected to share his perspective on the current economy and the environment for innovation in the technology sector.
A preview agenda is now available for the Technology Policy Institute Aspen Forum, scheduled this year for August 21 – 23. Confirmed keynote speakers include Congresswoman Mary Bono Mack, Chair of the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Dale Jorgenson, Samuel W. Morris University Professor at Harvard University, and Mark McLaughlin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Verisign.