Today, Thursday December 1 2016 the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center and the Greater Washington DC Chapter of the Internet Society (ISOC-DC) present Is the Internet Fragmenting? Part 4: The Policy Lens. The discussion, the final in a four-part series that has explored multiple facets of fragmentation, will bring together stakeholders from government, industry, civil society, and the technical community to examine how policy decisions can lead to fragmentation, and the impact of such fragmentation on the digital economy globally and nationally. Speakers: Sally Shipman Wentworth – Vice President of Global Policy Development, Internet Society; Micaela Klein – Senior Advisor for Internet Policy, U.S. Department of State; Andrew Sullivan – Fellow, Dyn; Chair, Internet Architecture Board, IETF; Jeremy West – Senior Policy Analyst, OECD-OCDE; Cheryl Miller – Director, International Public Policy and Regulatory Affairs, Verizon; Nathan White – Senior Legislative Manager, accessnow. Moderator: Dr. M-H. Carolyn Nguyen – Technology Policy Strategist, Microsoft. The event will be streamed live via Skype by Microsoft, and relayed on the Internet Society Livestream Channel.
What: Panel: Is The Internet Fragmenting?
Where: Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center, Washington DC
When: Thursday December 1 2016 3:pm-5pm EDT | 20:00-22:00 UTC
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