Thursday, May 26, 2011
Reserve Officer's Association
The 3rd Annual State of the Mobile Net Conference illuminated how a vast ecosystem of technologies, content and applications come together to make the Internet more mobile. At the same time the conference explored both the promise and challenges facing this exciting phenomenon.
Growing Up with the Mobile Net Session(video)
An exploration of how mobile is changing life and learning for digital youth.
*Coordinated by Common Sense Media
- Jules Polonetsky, Co-chair and Director of the Future of Privacy Forum (bio)
- Alan Simpson, Vice President of Policy, Common Sense Media (bio)
- Adam Thierer, Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center at George Mason University (bio)
Remarks by the Honorable Patrick Leahy (video), Co-Chair, Congressional Internet Caucus
Remarks by the Honorable Anna G. Eshoo (video), Co-Chair, Congressional Internet Caucus
Remarks by the Honorable Bob Latta (video), Member, Congressional Internet Caucus
The State of Mobile Apps: The What and Where of Mobile Privacy(video)
- Justin Brookman, Director, Center for Democracy & Technology (bio)
- Daniel Castro, Senior Analyst, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (bio)
- Jason Hong, Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Perspectives on Whether the Mobile Marketplace Will Remain Competitive(video)
Featuring Andrew Jay Schwartzman, Senior Vice President and Policy Director, Media Access Project (bio) and Hal Singer, Managing Director and Principal, Navigant Economics (bio)
Spectrum: How To Sate Our Ravenous Digital Devices(video)
- John Kneuer, President and Founder of Kneuer LLC (bio)
- Chris Ornelas, EVP Strategic Planning, National Association of Broadcasters (bio)
- Michael Calabrese, Vice President of the New America Foundation (bio)
This was a widely attended event hosted by the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee (ICAC), part of a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization. The ICAC is a private sector organization comprised of public interest groups, trade associations, non-profits, and industry leaders. The diversity of ICAC membership ensures that all educational events and initiatives are fair and balanced forums for Internet-related discussion. The ICAC does not promote any particular policy position.