State of the Net 2020 Recap

SOTN 2020 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. 

Jan Schakowsky

Representative Jan Schakowsky
U.S. House of Representatives
Member of Congress

Brewster Kahle

Brewster Kahle
Internet Archive
Founder and Digital Librarian

Will Hurd

Representative Will Hurd
U.S. House of Representatives
Member of Congress

Jan Schakowsky

Representative Suzan DelBene
U.S. House of Representatives
Member of Congress

Roger Wicker

Senator Roger Wicker
Member of Congress
U.S. Senate

Will Hurd

Hon. Ellen Weintraub
Federal Election Commission
Commissioner

Lynne Parker

Dr. Lynne Parker
Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer
The White House

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Member of Congress
U.S. House of Representatives

Jessica Rosenworcel

Hon. Jessica Rosenworcel
Commissioner
Federal Communications Commission

Breakout Panels Session 1

Federal Privacy Sticking Points: From Preemption To PRA … And Everything In Between

Speakers | Video | Photos

Is Democracy Safe? Social Media Amplification 

Speakers | Video | Photos

Video Streaming: Where is OTT Video Taking Us and What Does That Mean for Policy?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Breakout Panels Session 2

IoT On 5G: Proposals For Security, Privacy, and Interoperability In An Interconnected World

Speakers | Video | Photos

Law Enforcement Access To Encrypted Data: Is There A Path Forward

Speakers | Video | Photos

Regulating Speech: Next Decade, Can We Do Better?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Breakout Panels Session 3

Are Cities And States The New Battleground Of Internet Policy? 

Speakers | Video | Photos

Pumping The Brakes On Artificial Intelligence?

Speakers | Video | Photos

Tech Platforms 2030: Will They Reign Or Get Reined In? 

Speakers | Video | Photos

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Getting There

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Attendees should use the 7th Street entrance.

Accommodations

Attending the State of the Net ’20 and need a place to stay? We don’t guarantee room accommodations but here are some options for lodging.

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