Jan 18 2011 6:00pm to Jan 18 2011 6:00pm

Four Ideas for a Better Internet

At Stanford Law School

Tuesday, January 18
6:00-9:00pm PT
Paul Brest Hall, Munger Building 4 (Map)
Stanford Law School

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Stanford Law School and Harvard Law School are pleased to invite you to a special reception and event on the Stanford campus, featuring four TED-style talks by students in the Difficult Problems in Cyberspace seminar, a joint venture of Harvard Law School and Stanford Law School.  Bringing together esteemed thinkers and innovators, this event will examine the hard problems at the core of the developing online space, with topics drawn from the areas of Cybersecurity, Diplomatic Transparency, Crowdsourcing, and Privacy and Reputation. Food and drink will be served throughout the event.

Special guests from Silicon Valley, Washington DC, New York, and beyond, include:

Harvey Anderson, General Counsel of Mozilla
Mitchell Baker, Chairperson of Mozilla
Lukas Biewald, Founder of Crowdflower
Robert Clark, U.S. Army Cyber Command
Theresia Gouw Ranzetta, Partner at Accel Partners
David Hornik, Partner at August Capital
Peter Kazanjy, Founder of Honestly.com
Alex Macgillivray, General Counsel of Twitter
Andrew McLaughlin, Former Deputy CTO of the United States
Aza Raskin, Founder of Massive Health
Ben Scott, U.S. Department of State
Clay Shirky, NYU
Elizabeth Stark, Yale University
Vivek Wadhwa, UC Berkeley

With introductions by Stanford Law Dean Larry Kramer and Harvard Law Prof. Jonathan Zittrain.

The reception will begin at 6pm with presentations to follow from 7-9pm.

Cosponsored by the Stanford Center for Internet and Society and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

Parking is available at the Wilbur Lot, PS-6 just steps away from the Munger Graduate Residence. Click here for a map

Last updated date

January 15, 2011