Event Title

State of the Net West 2009

Start Date

5-8-2009 12:00 AM

End Date

5-8-2009 12:00 AM

Description

On August 5, 2009, the High Tech Law Institute hosted the 2009 State of the Net West conference in conjunction with the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee. White House CTO Aneesh Chopra, Congressman Rick Boucher, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, Congressman Robert Goodlatte and others explored the latest issues in Internet policy during a half day round of panel discussions. Other speakers included: Timothy Bresnahan, Stanford University Allen Hammond, Santa Clara University School of Law Michael Hintze, Microsoft Pratheepan (Deep) Gulasekaram, Santa Clara University School of Law Cathy Sandoval, Santa Clara University School of Law AnnaLee Saxenian, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley Keith Wolfe, Google Michael Katz, University of California, Berkeley The discussion was designed as a channel for West Coast thought leaders from the academic community and private sector to help inform the technology policy issues debated in Washington and better reflect the fast-paced evolution of the marketplace. The format allowed for dynamic interactions among all the participants.

 
Aug 5th, 12:00 AM Aug 5th, 12:00 AM

State of the Net West 2009

On August 5, 2009, the High Tech Law Institute hosted the 2009 State of the Net West conference in conjunction with the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee. White House CTO Aneesh Chopra, Congressman Rick Boucher, Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, Congressman Robert Goodlatte and others explored the latest issues in Internet policy during a half day round of panel discussions. Other speakers included: Timothy Bresnahan, Stanford University Allen Hammond, Santa Clara University School of Law Michael Hintze, Microsoft Pratheepan (Deep) Gulasekaram, Santa Clara University School of Law Cathy Sandoval, Santa Clara University School of Law AnnaLee Saxenian, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley Keith Wolfe, Google Michael Katz, University of California, Berkeley The discussion was designed as a channel for West Coast thought leaders from the academic community and private sector to help inform the technology policy issues debated in Washington and better reflect the fast-paced evolution of the marketplace. The format allowed for dynamic interactions among all the participants.