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« on: November 03, 2016, 01:03:24 AM »

"Eurofora" Invited by New York "Columbia University" on New US President's DIGITAL Agenda 2017-2022

Visionary N.Y. Columbia University Professor and Director of its Institute for Tele-Information, Elie Noam, who has focused also on Media, (f.ex., his landmark  : "Bad News for News" at Financial Times, since 2005), for a "Federated Internet" (2014), etc., has just Invited "Eurofora"s co-Founder to an Interesting forthcoming Event, organized on November 10 at New York, about the Future Agenda of the New US President (who will have been elected 2 Days earlier) on a series of Topical DIGITAL Technologies, Economy, Society and Political Issues, for the crucial Period of 2017-2022.

Among many other, well known, "Big Issues", about the Web, Phones, Networks, Freedom, Privacy, Regulation, Media etc., it will obviously be Topicaly Interesting to take a Fresh and Deeper View f.ex. also on the projected ATT - Times Warner merger of Big Networks and Big Media, just after that of Comcast, etc, (where the 2 current US Presidential Candidates have Differend Opinions), as well as on the recently Growing Attempts for a one kind, or another of some Global Regulation, or not, of the Internet, both in Europe and in the USA, as well as on a UNO related Dimension, (on condition, naturaly, that it doesn't break down earlier in largely separated entities, but keeps, at least, a quasi-Federal basic Structure, almost as Elie Noam and others advocated: Comp. Supra).

That might also be of interest to several among "Eurofora"s Readers, (since the N.Y. event will be also on-line on Next Thursday, at 12:00pm-2:00pm EST).

CITI Setting the Next Digital Agenda Conference 11/10/2016

De:  Columbia Institute for Tele-Information <>

01/11/2016 20:24

First Impressions for the New Administration and Congress:
What's on the Next Telecom, Internet, and ICT Agenda?


We wanted to make you aware of an upcoming Online Conference that CITI will be running next Thursday, which focuses on setting the agenda of the next administration.  The conference is free to attend, but registration before hand is required.  (../..)
First Impressions for the New Administration and Congress:
What's on the Next Telecom, Internet, and ICT Agenda?
Thursday, November 10th 2016
Online via Webex
12:00pm-2:00pm EST
In what ways will the US election results affect government policies and the various industry sectors subject to them? Key policies include:

    network neutrality
    spectrum allocation
    Internet regulation
    broadband deployment/digital divide
    set-top boxes
    Internet governance
    consolidation through M&A
    ownership concentration
    free speech and child protection
    copyrights and piracy

Moderator: Robert C. Atkinson, Columbia Institute for Tele-Information
Speakers will include:

    Harold Feld, Senior Vice President, Public Knowledge
    Christopher Savage, Partner & Co-chair, Communications Practice, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
    Robert D. Atkinson,President,Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
    Sally Wentworth, Vice President for Global Policy Development, Internet Society
    Scott Wallsten,  President & Senior Fellow, Technology Policy Institute

We look forward to your participation at our events.  
With warm regards,

Eli Noam

Columbia Institute for Tele-Information, 3022 Broadway, Suite 1A, New York, NY 10027

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