State of the Net Conference 01/30/08

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> > Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein, Federal Communications Commission [bio]

> > Rob Atkinson, President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation [bio]

> > Jerry Berman, Chairman, Internet Caucus Advisory Committee [bio]

> > The Honorable Mary Bono Mack (R - California) [bio]

> > The Honorable Rick Boucher (D - Virginia), Co-Chair, Congressional Internet Caucus [bio]

> > danah boyd, Researcher, University of California, Berkeley and Fellow, University of Southern California Annenberg Center for Communications [bio]

> > Michael Calabrese, New America Foundation [bio]

> > Edward Castronova, Associate Professor, Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University, Bloomington [bio]

> > Roger Cochetti, Group Director for U.S. Public Policy, CompTIA [bio]

> > Scott Cleland, Chairman,, Founder & President, Precursor, LLC [bio]

> > Jason Devitt, CEO, Skydeck [bio]

> > Ken Dreifach, Deputy General Counsel, Linden Lab [bio]

> > George Ford, Co-Founder & Chief Economist, Phoenix Center [bio]

> > Mia Garlick, Product Counsel, YouTube [bio]

> > Sean Garrett, Partner, 463 Communications [bio]

> > Julius Genachowski, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Rock Creek Ventures [bio]

> > Terri Glaze, Office of the Honorable Mark Pryor [bio]

> > The Honorable Bob Goodlatte (R - Virginia), Co-Chair, Congressional Internet Caucus [bio]

> > The Honorable David Gross, Ambassador, U.S. Department of State [bio]

> > John D. Halamka, MD, Chief Information Officer, Harvard Medical School [bio]

> > Leslie Harris, Executive Director, Center for Democracy & Technology[bio]

> > Lincoln Hoewing, Assistant Vice President of Internet and Technology Issues, Verizon Communications [bio]

> > Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Policy Director, John McCain 2008 [bio]

> > John Horrigan, Pew Internet and American Life Project [bio]

> > Gregory A. Jackson, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, University of Chicago [bio]

> > Douglas Johnson, Consumer Electronics Association [bio]

> > Thomas Kalil, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress [bio]

> > Sean Kane, Drakeford & Kane LLC [bio]

> > Chris Kelly, Chief Privacy Officer, Facebook [bio]

> > Eric Krangel (aka Eric Reuters in Second Life), Reuters' Second Life Journalist [bio]

> > Commissioner Jon Leibowitz, Federal Trade Commission [bio]

> > Rick Lane, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, News Corporation, Ltd. [bio]

> > Blair Levin, Stifel Nicolaus [bio] (invited)

> > Tim Lordan, Executive Director, Internet Education Foundation [bio]

> > Larry Magid, CBS News On-Air Technology Analyst, [bio]

> > Gregory Marchwinski, Red Lambda, Inc. [bio]

> > Eric Masanet, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory [bio]

> > Jay Monahan, Vice President and General Counsel, Vuze, Inc. [bio]

> > Peter Neupert, Corporate Vice President Health Solutions Group, Microsoft Corporation [bio]

> > Deborah Peel, MD , Founder and Chair, Patient Privacy Rights [bio]

> > Jules Polonetsky, Technology Policy Advisor, Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee [bio]

> > Taylor Reynolds, Communication Analyst and Economist, OECD [bio]

> > Lygeia Ricciardi, Founder and Principal, Clear Voice Consulting, LLC [bio]

> > Kurt Roth, Associate Principal, TIAX [bio]

> > David Sohn, Senior Policy Counsel, Center For Democracy & Technology[bio]

> > Gigi Sohn, President & Co-founder, Public Knowledge [bio]

> > Cary Sherman, Recording Industry Association of America [bio]

> > Alan Simpson, Director of Policy, Common Sense Media [bio]

> > Daniel J. Solove, Associate Professor of Law, George Washington University Law School [bio]

> > Thomas Tauke, Verizon Communications [bio]

> > Adam Thierer [bio]

> > Bill Weihl, Green Energy Czar, Google [bio]

> > Rick White, Co-Founder, Congressional Internet Caucus [bio]

Allison Rodway at or 202-638-4370 for more information.

This is 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.