The 13th Annual State of the Net was held on January 23rd at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center.
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Five weeks ago the Internet stakeholder community came together for the 14th annual State of the Net Conference, the nation’s most prominent Internet policy summit. They grappled with the most pressing issues facing the Internet in 2018 including the Internet’s effect on democracy, free expression, blockchain and much more. Below is a recap of #SOTN2018 with links […]
State of the Net works assiduously to make our panels as diverse as possible. This year, 46.81% of the speakers were men and 53.19% were women. We are extremely proud of these numbers, as they illustrate our goal to build panels step by step in order to insure an appropriate balance of perspectives and gender. […]
At the 2018 State of the Net Conference, we talked about some of the biggest issues facing the tech industry and policymakers. From Senator Amy Klobuchar highlighting Russia’s attempts to hack twenty-one state election systems in 2016, to our panel with FEC Commissioner Ellen Weintraub examining whether the Internet is disrupting democracy, to our robust discussion of […]
Leading Cable Television Program Features State Of The Net Interviews On The Internet’s Impact On Democracy
The Communicators” aired interviews with panelists from the “Is the Internet Disrupting Democracy?” discussion at this year’s State of the Net Conference. The four interviews featured are with Katie Harbath, Facebook, Candice Hoke, Director of the Cleveland-Marshall Center for Cybersecurity & Privacy, Karen Kornbluh, Former Ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and Miranda Bogen, Upturn. […]
Newseum, Knight Conference Center
555 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20001
Attendees should use the Freedom Forum entrance on 6th St.
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