Net Neutrality Debate comes to NYC
Tuesday, November 17, 2009 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)
New York, NY
(High-quality full version coming soon)
The key players on both sides of the Net Neutrality issue will go head-to-head in a competitive Oxford-Style Debate Tuesday evening. Learn about an issue that is heating up in Washington that will have a significant impact on the future of the Internet.
This debate is not a panel discussion or a lecture. It is a contest, and at its conclusion there will be a winner. Before the event, the audience will vote whether they are for the motion, against the motion, or undecided. The audience will vote again at the conclusion of the debate. The side that has moved the most votes will be declared the winner.
The debate will be held on November 17th at the IAC Building, 555 W 18th St btw 10th & 11th ave. Doors open at 7:00 PM. You do not need to attend the Web 2.0 Expo to attend this debate.
- James Assey - Executive Vice President, National Cable and Telecommunications Association
- Robert Quinn - Senior Vice President-Federal Regulatory, AT&T
- Christopher Yoo - Professor of Law and Communication; Director, Center for Technology, Innovation, and Competition, UPenn Law
- Tim Wu - Coined the term "Network Neutrality"; Professor of Law, Columbia Law
- Brad Burnham - VC, Union Square Ventures
- Nicholas Economides - Professor of Economics, Stern School of
Business, New York University.