Internet Infrastructure Coalition to Host Issues & Trends Panels at HostingCon

Internet Infrastructure Coalition to Host Issues & Trends Panels at HostingCon(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) will host a series of Issues and Trends panels with leaders of the Internet industry during HostingCon next week in Miami, FL. The panels, taking place on Tuesday of HostingCon, will focus on issues critical to the Internet infrastructure industry. Tuesday’s General Session panel, moderated by i2Coalition Co-Founder and Board Chair Christian Dawson, will look at the post-Snowden world one year later.

WHAT:           Issues and Trends Panels at HostingCon

WHEN:           Piracy, Porn and Privacy:  Why Best Practices Work

                        Tuesday, June 17, 2014

                        9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m.

The U.S. Role in the Global Internet:  Can the U.S. Afford to Go it Alone?

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

10:00 a.m. -10:45 a.m.

                        General Session

The Post Snowden World One Year Later:  What Has Changed?

                        Tuesday, June 18, 2013

                        11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

 

WHERE:         Miami Beach Convention Center

                        1901 Convention Center Drive

Miami Beach, FL  33139

WHO:              Piracy, Porn and Privacy:  Why Best Practices Work

o   Brian Chambers, UK2Group

o   Kathleen Harris, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

o   Dan Ushman, SingleHop

o   Stephen Oakes, FBI

o   Richard Feller, Hedgehog Hosting

The U.S. Role in the Global Internet:  Can the U.S. Afford to Go it Alone?

o   David Snead, i2Coalition Co-Founder

o   Alex de Joode, LeaseWeb

o   Michele Neylon, Blacknight Internet Solutions

o   Perry Robinson, Rackspace Hosting

General Session: The Post Snowden World One Year Later:  What Has Changed?

o   Christian Dawson, Co-Founder and Board Chair of i2Coalition

o   Michelle Richardson, ACLU

o   Amie Steponavich, Access

o   Marvin Ammori, New America Foundation

o   Gregory Nojeim, Center for Democracy and Technology

o   Michael Petricone, Consumer Electronics Association

o   Ron Yokubaitis, Data Foundry

About i2Coalition

The Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2Coalition) supports those who build the nuts and bolts of the Internet, and we treat it like the noble profession that it is. We believe the continued growth of the Internet is vital for growing an environment of innovation and seek to engage in ways to foster success of the Internet and Internet infrastructure industry. We seek to influence decision makers to weigh decisions on whether they are good or bad for the Internet economy and its foundational industries. In short, we seek to foster growth within the Internet infrastructure industry by driving others to harness the Internet’s full potential.  To learn more about i2Coalition, visit www.i2Coalition.com.

 

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