We are thrilled to host Chris Riley (@mchrisriley) Director of Public Policy, Mozilla for a conversation about the future of internet policy, tech policy, and governance.
“CATS” represents the next 2–10 years of complex tech policy debates: Competition, Algorithms, Tracking, & Security. These issues don’t include everything in policy, of course. But as a mnemonic meme, using “CATS” captures key emerging issues where the public conversation is still on a growth curve, where political battle lines haven’t been fully formed, and where we haven’t yet figured out answers or even all of the questions to ask.
The Future of the Internet is CATS!
Monday (today), October 23
4:15pm to 5:30pm
1 Brattle Square, Suite 470
(There will be cookies and coffee.)
Tuesday, October 24 Shorenstein Center Speaker Series
Nancy Scola - Reporting on the Tech Industry
Friday, October 27 Forum event
#Democracy on Fire: Twitter, Social Movements, and the Future of Dissent
Panelists: Marshall Ganz, Wael Ghonim, and Zeynep Tufekci
Moderator: David Eaves, Lecturer in Public Policy
Saturday, October 28 Alumni Digital Summit