Jan 26 & 27 2021 | The Transition of Internet Policy
The State of the Net Conference, the largest Internet policy conference in the US, enables the dialogue between public interest advocates and nonprofits, research institutions and the business community toward the goal of educating policymakers about the importance of mobile technology in promoting communications, commerce and democracy.
A new Administration promises to usher in new Internet policies from government and from industry itself. We’ll dive into the most pressing policy issues. Congressional and federal leaders will engage with stakeholders on issues such as broadband, consumer privacy, content moderation, election security, artificial intelligence, and many more.
As always, State of the Net will be your first look at the new players and the new issues that will take center stage in 2021. This conference is unique for its diverse blend of perspectives and provocative thinkers.
Sponsors of the State of the Net use this opportunity to elevate their brand and visibility as leading Internet stakeholders. Click here to download the State of the Net Sponsorship Prospectus.
Congressional Staff and Federal Policymakers
More than 300 Congressional staff and federal policymakers will be speakers and attendees at the 2021 State of the Net Conference representing agencies including:
- Federal Trade Commission
- The White House
- Federal Communications Commission
- Department of Commerce/NTIA/NIST/USPTO
- Department of State
- Department of Justice
- Department of Homeland Security
The State of the Net Conference is often televised by C-SPAN and attracts leading media covering the technology industry and policy issues:
- The Washington Post
- National Journal
- The Hill
To reserve your sponsorship or for sponsorship questions, contact [email protected].
Thank you to our sponsors for 2021! View here.