February 21, 2007
Tech Policy Summit
Tech Policy Summit is being held next in San Jose - Feb 26 and 27, 2007. The event is an invitation-only executive conference that brings together prominent leaders from the private and public sectors to examine critical policy issues affecting technology innovation and adoption in Silicon Valley and beyond.
Jim Goldman, Silicon Valley Bureau Chief for CNBC, will serve as emcee for the two-day summit, and renowned journalists from BusinessWeek, CBS News, Forbes, FORTUNE, Newsweek, Technology Daily, TIME, The Wall Street Journal and other top media outlets will take to the stage as well to host sessions.
Sessions will address topics such as patent reform, net neutrality, cyber security, international IP protection, broadband deployment, international trade, emerging technologies and America’s competitiveness in the global marketplace. Discussions will include:
How is the political climate inside the Beltway affecting tech policy-related initiatives?
How can the public and private sectors best partner to foster innovation and further U.S. competitiveness?
Which areas would benefit from more, or less, government involvement?
What impact does pending legislation have on the development and adoption of new technologies?
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