Next week I will be speaking at Tech Policy Summit in Los Angeles. Tech Policy Summit is a
conference … that brings together prominent leaders from the private and public sectors to examine critical policy issues impacting technology innovation and adoption in the United States and beyond.
The nonpartisan gathering provides an independent, balanced forum for learning and networking among an exclusive group of industry insiders, government officials, nonprofit leaders and academic experts who may have different perspectives but who share a common goal of enabling innovation.
Our mission is to bridge the gaps that sometimes exist – even between like-minded organizations with common goals – and to encourage more dialog so that there is greater accord between what happens in D.C. and what matters within the technology industry.
I will be a member on the panel “The Role of Privacy & Trust in the Innovation Economy” along with former FTC Commissioner Mozelle Thompson, John Tomaszewvski of TRUSTe, and JR Reagan of BearingPoint.
If you are a reader of this blog, and will be attending, enjoy our session, and please hunt me down and say hello!