“Internet policy for the next administration” at UT, April 21

Mark Rotenberg of the Electronic Privacy Information Center and Howard Shelanski of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology will be featured speakers at an event next Monday at the LBJ Library at UT.

The next President’s policy team will have the opportunity to shape a significant debate on the future development of what is clearly already becoming the United States’ primary social and economic infrastructure. This forum will bring two prominent members of the Internet policy community to Austin to discuss two major policy areas posing fundamental choices for the United States and its Internet infrastructure in an increasingly competitive global environment. After remarks from Professor Shelanski on broadband policy and Mr. Rotenberg on security and privacy policy, three local technology leaders will participate in a panel discussion.

The event will be from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the LBJ Library Atrium, 10th floor. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. See the event announcement from the Strauss International Center or the Upcoming listing for more details.

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