Ideas for a Better Internet Summit
at Stanford University
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Registration @ 5:30 pm
Program @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
**New Location** See this page for venue details
Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Registration for this event is closed due to an overwhelming response
Food and Beverages will be served.
with introductions and moderation by Stanford Law School Dean Larry Kramer and Harvard Law and Computer Science Professor Jonathan Zittrain
About the event: Stanford Law School, Harvard Law School, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, the Stanford Center for Internet & Society, and TEDxSF are pleased to invite you to a special event and reception on the Stanford campus, featuring a series of talks and a panel from thinkers and innovators working to improve the future of the Internet as we know it. The summit will feature sessions with some leading minds from Silicon Valley alongside an expo of student ideas coming out of the joint Stanford-Harvard Ideas for a Better Internet seminar.
Speakers and moderators are slated to include:
Harvey Anderson, General Counsel of Mozilla
Mitchell Baker, Chairperson of Mozilla
John Battelle, Founder of Federated Media
Lukas Biewald, Founder of Crowdflower
Nick Bilton, Technology Columnist at the New York Times
David Hornik, Partner at August Capital
Brewster Kahle, Founder of Internet Archive
Ji Lee, Communication Designer at Facebook
Mark Lemley, Professor at Stanford Law School
Alex Macgillivray, General Counsel of Twitter
Aza Raskin, Founder of Massive Health
Elizabeth Stark, Lecturer at Stanford
Vivek Wadhwa, Columnist and Fellow at Stanford
Esther Wojcicki, Vice Chair of Creative Commons
Use #betterinternet to join in the real time social media discussion.
Registration and light snacks will begin at 5:30pm and the program will run from 6-9pm with food and drink served.
Parking Information: Parking is available at the Wilbur Lot, PS-6, just steps away from the Munger Graduate Residence. Click here for a map.
Co-sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, the Stanford Center for Internet & Society, and TEDxSF.