Invite: Today, Thur, April 19 - The Future of Internet Governance

Please join NDN and the New Policy Institute at noon on April 19th for a timely discussion about the future of internet governance.  Our three expert panelists will draw upon their extensive and diverse experiences to explore the policy approaches and governance structures that are best adapted to the rapidly changing and growing Internet platforms and services that are so critical to billions of people around the world. Lunch and the panel will take place in NDN's newly renovated event space at 729 15th St. NW, in Washington DC. Leading this discussion will be:

Daniel Weitzner - Deputy Chief Technology Officer, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Tom Tauke - Executive Vice President for Public Affairs and Policy, Verizon

Karen Rose - Senior Director of Strategic Development and Business Planning, The Internet Society

This discussion is the third in a series of events and papers NDN/NPI has held in recent weeks looking at the global telecom revolution.  Our first event focused on the employment impact of the move from 2G to 3G and on to 4G.  The second took an in-depth look at the explosion of mobile technology and featured former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt and the State Department's Suzanne Hall. 

Please RSVP here. You can direct any questions to Brad Bosserman at

Lunch will be served at noon and the program will begin at 12:15pm. We look forward to your participation in this exciting event.

If you cannot make it in person feel free to watch live here.