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Technology Policy Summit Announced

July 21, 2006 - 0 Comments

SAN JOSE, CA – Wanted to bring your attention to the just announced Technology Policy Summit to be held in San Jose next February 26-27. Cisco is co-sponsoring and quite an impressive line-up is already on board, including Time magazine’s Karen Tumulty, The Wall Street Journal’s Walt Mossberg, CNBC‘s Jim Goldman, CBS News’ Larry Magid, Technology Daily’s Drew Clark, National Journal’s Bara Vaida and Business 2.0’s Om Malik.Additionally, a learned group of advisors is helping put the conference together, including: Robert Atkinson, President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF); Mark Blafkin, VP for Public Affairs, Association for Competitive Technology (ACT); James Fallows, Chair, New America Foundation & National Correspondent, The Atlantic Monthly; Sean Garrett, Partner, 463 Communications; Lauren Gelman, Associate Director, Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet & Society; John Palfrey, Executive Director, Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society; and Chris Shipley, Co-founder and Global Research Director, Guidewire Group.As today’s press release states, the invite-only “two-day summit bridges the gap between tech industry insiders and policy experts who may have different perspectives but who share a common goal of enabling innovation. Focusing on America’s competitiveness agenda, the program will address issues such as broadband deployment, network neutrality, cyber security, patent reform, international trade and investments in China.”Learn more about the conference at the Technology Policy Summit website.

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