As we get closer to election 2020 concerns about political advertising and election interference intensify. At the 16th Annual State of the Net Conference our experts will explore whether democracy is safe. Federal Election Commissioner Ellen Weintraub and Graphika’s Camille Francois will join a panel of experts on election misinformation. Registration is open. Join us on Tuesday, January 28, 2020.
Each January, the most prominent Internet stakeholders convene at the State of the Net Conference (SOTN) to debate and discuss the issues that will shape Internet policy during the year. In its 16th year, SOTN is an opportunity to connect with colleagues across the spectrum of industry, government, and the public interest. This year will mark the beginning of a new decade of Internet policy and perhaps a new era. The last decade saw utterly astonishing growth with respect to the Internet, and there is little doubt that Internet policy will continue to change rapidly in the decade to come.
As always, SOTN will be your first look at the new players and the new issues that will take center stage in 2020. SOTN has been consistently hailed for its unwavering commitment to fairness. In an increasingly polarized policy space, State of the Net is the most important stakeholder gathering that brings together key voices from across the political spectrum to provide the full picture on internet policy. That’s the point. Find out more about our recent past speakers here.
More speakers to be announced shortly.