State of the Net 2019 Recap

SOTN 2019 is over. Below is a recap of the amazing speakers and panels from this year’s conference. Video and photos are available for each segment of the program. 

Mary Stone Ross

Mary Stone Ross
Proponent and co-author
California Consumer Privacy Act

Makan Delrahim

Makan Delrahim
Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust Division
The U.S. Department of Justice

Rebecca Kelly Slaughter

Rebecca Kelly Slaughter
Commissioner
Federal Trade Commission

Brendan Carr

Brendan Carr
Commissioner
Federal Trade Commission

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Representative Mike Doyle
Chairman
Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology

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Representative Jim Langevin
Chairman
House Armed Services Subcommittee on Intelligence and Emerging Threats and Capabilities

Elaine Duke

Representative Bob Latta
Ranking Member
Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology

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Corey Thomas
President & Chief Executive Officer
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Representative Anna G. Eshoo
Co-Chair, Congressional Internet Caucus
U.S. House of Representatives

Suzan DelBene

Representative Suzan DelBene
U.S. House of Representatives
Co-chair, Congressional App Challenge

Michael Kratsios

Michael Kratsios
Executive Office of the President, The White House
Deputy Assistant to the President for Technology Policy

David Cicilline

Representative David Cicilline
House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee
Chairman

Breakout Panels Session 1

Artificial Intelligence

Speakers | Video | Photos

From Lunchpails to Laptops and Beyond: Preparing America’s Workforce for Tomorrow’s Jobs

Speakers | Video | Photos

Internet Policy Literacy: What Level of Expertise Do Decision-Makers Need?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Breakout Panels Session 2

Internet Governance: Sovereignty or A New Geopolitical Order?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Online Expression: Balancing Moderation And Amplification, and The Role of Government

Speakers | Video | Photos

Pressure Cooker: What does GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act Mean For Washington?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Breakout Panels Session 3

Cybersecurity: What’s The Next Move?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Nations Divided: Expression And Our Political Discourse

Speakers | Video | Photos

Cloudy with a Chance of Legislation: The Past, Present, and Future of U.S. Privacy Policy

Speakers | Video | Photos

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Getting There

Newseum, Knight Conference Center
555 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20001 (map)
(202) 292-6100

Attendees should use the Freedom Forum entrance on 6th St.
Getting to the Newseum.

Accommodations

Attending the State of the Net ’19 and need a place to stay? We don’t guarantee room accommodations but  here are some options for lodging.