The 2018 State of the Net Conference agenda has arrived, with even more speakers and conversations to be announced next week. As always, the State of the Net lays out the key issues challenging Internet policy in 2018 with diverse perspectives and thoughtful speakers.
|Headlining the agenda are keynotes from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Senator Amy Klobuchar, Chairmen Bob Goodlatte and Greg Walden, FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, Assistant Commerce Secretary David Redl, Futurist Amy Webb, and Zello CEO Bill Moore. The continually updated list of all speakers can be found here. |
Panels will address growing threats in cybersecurity, the intersection of the Internet and democracy, blockchain technology, digital trade, Internet governance, and more. The conference schedule is subject to change.
If you haven’t already, be sure to register ASAP. The conference is free to attend for government staff, students, and Foundry Fellows. Discounts are available for nonprofits, academics, and Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee members.