We’ll explore all the tech policy transitions at the 17th Annual State of the Net Conference on January 26 & 27, 2021. It is the must-attend tech policy event to start the new year. Save the date!
A new Administration promises to usher in new Internet policies from government and from industry itself. We’ll dive into the most pressing policy issues. Congressional and federal leaders will engage with stakeholders on issues such as broadband, consumer privacy, content moderation, election security, artificial intelligence, and many more.
As always, State of the Net will be your first look at the new players and the new issues that will take center stage in 2021. This conference is unique for its diverse blend of perspectives and provocative thinkers. As policy debates become more polarized, State of the Net is the most important stakeholder gathering which brings together key players who disagree (respectfully). That’s the point.
Past keynote speakers include White House CTOs Aneesh Chopra, Megan Smith, and Michael Kratsios, Senators John Thune, Roger Wicker, and Amy Klobuchar, UBER Founder/CEO Travis Kalanick, advocate Max Schrems, Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, and many others. Want to know more? Find out more by looking at recent past speakers here and our 2020 recap here.
Stay tuned for speaker announcements…
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