State of the Net Registration Open: Early Bird / Jan 23 / New Opportunities for Internet Policy
Early bird registration is now open for the 13th Annual State of the Net Conference, the nation’s premier Internet policy conference. State of the Net will take place on Monday, January 23, 2017. Monday the 23rd will be the first business day of the new Administration. Early bird registration rates will be open until December 24, 2017. Register here.
State of the Net will explore a range of issues with which the Trump Administration and the new Congress will have to grapple. We’ll explore the Future of Work in America as well as a renewed, and pronounced, focus on cyber security issues. The agenda will devote a whole track of programming to the state of Internet governance as world alliances evolve. State of the Net will be your first look at the new players and the new issues that will take center stage. Whether it’s encryption or federal communications jurisdiction, State of the Net is the best place to get your arms around the issues.
State of the Net attracts over 600 attendees by providing unparalleled opportunities to network and engage on key policy issues. The 2017 edition of State of the Net will take place at The Newseum’s Knight Conference Center, which overlooks the U.S. Capitol Building as well as the inaugural parade route.
For sponsorship inquiries, please visit our 2017 Sponsorship page.