January 18, 2011 - 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST

"Online Privacy on Trial: Has Congress Given Industry Self-Regulating Long Enough?" at the 7th Annual State of the Net Conference

This event has already occurred.
Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill
Washington, DC

Attracting over 500 attendees annually, the State of the Net Conference, hosted by the Advisory Committee to the Congressional Internet Caucus, provides unparalleled opportunities to network and engage on key policy issues. The State of the Net Conference is the largest information technology policy conference in the U.S. and the only one with over 50 percent Congressional staff and government policymakers in attendance. The State of the Net Conference is the only tech policy conference routinely recognized for its balanced blend of academics, consumer groups, industry and government. Over 50% of annual attendees government policy staff.

The 2011 State of the Net Conference will feature in-depth discussions with leading Internet policy experts and panel tracks focusing on privacy/security, telecommunications regulation, intellectual property and innovation; a networking lunch with keynote speaker (to be announced); special networking meeting areas within the conference space and a closing reception for attendees.

Venable Partner Stu Ingis will participate in the panel, "Online Privacy on Trial: Has Congress Given Industry Self-Regulating Long Enough?"

Registration and more information is available here.