Media Coverage of State of the Net West 2009Media
- Obama's top techie visits Silicon Valley, ABC 7 News (video and text), By David Louie, August 5, 2009
- Rep. Lofgren: A Real Antitrust Issue That Needs Scrutiny Is Copyright, TechDirt, by Mike Masnick, August 5, 2009
- Lofgren: Maybe we should chill out on antitrust, SF Gate, by Andrew Ross, August 12 2009
- Warrens Internet Daily, Boucher Promises Online Privacy Bill Draft Soon, Thurs, August 6, 2009, 10, NO. 150 (Subscription Required)
- Innovation is The Way Out of Recession, KCBS radio (audio and text), August 5, 2009
- Antitrust Enforcement May Stifle Innovation, BNA, By Joyce E. Cutler, (BNA subscription required), August 6, 2009
- Seeking Alpha, Arbitrary Telecom Regulation, by Joel West
- The Recorder, by Zusha Ellison, (Subscription Required)
- Eric Goldman Technology and Marketing Law Blog, August 06, 2009 State of the Net West Recap
- Open IT Strategies, August 5, 2009 by Joel West
- State of the Net West - Conference @ Santa Clara, by Colette Vogele, August 5, 2009
- There was extensive Twitter discussion at hashtag #sotnw. Twitterers included @ipolicy, @caminick, @persistance, @miss_eli, @techpolicygirl, @cathygellis, @mmasnick, @nextgenweb, @marianmerritt, @larrymagid, @christinela, @mblatkin, @seangarrettnow, @vogelelaw .
The Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee hosts the annual "State of the Net Conference" in Washington to frame many of the technology policy debates that Congress grapples with throughout the year. State of the Net has grown into the largest and most influential information technology policy conference in the country to discuss technology trends and the enormous challenges that lawmakers, industry leaders, and citizens must confront and resolve. While the State of the Net Conference has been an unmitigated success at framing the debate in Washington, an infusion of intellectual capital from the West Coast significantly enhances the State of the Net discussions.
This educational briefing was 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 corporations.