Wednesday, April 30, 2014
9:30am to 2:00pm
Elliott School of International Affairs
Institute for International Economic Policy
1957 E Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
Panel 1: What is the IANA Function? What led to the US decision to reduce its role in IANA? What are the risks and opportunities associated with this fundamental change?
- Fiona Alexander – Office of International Affairs, NTIA, US Department of Commerce
- Pat Kane – Senior Vice President, Naming and Directory Services, Verisign
- Richard Jimmerson – Chief Information Officer, ARIN
- Steve DelBianco – Executive Director, NetChoice
- Milton Mueller – Professor at Syracuse University School of Information Studies
- Moderator – Tim Lordan – Executive Director, Internet Education Foundation
Panel 2: Possible scenarios for the future of the IANA functions – what are the implications for Internet governance?
- Christopher Mondini – VP, Stakeholder Engagement North America & Global Business Engagement, ICANN
- Raquel Gatto – Chapter Development Manager, the Americas, ISOC
- Beatrice Covassi – First Counsellor, Digital Economy, EU Delegation to the United States
- Derrick Cogburn – Associate Professor of International Relations at the School of International Service at American University
- Becky Burr – Deputy General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer at NeuStar, Inc.
- Moderator – Roger Cochetti – Principal at RJC Associates