Hacking Accountability in Internet Governance w/ ISOC-DC!

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ISOC-DC and DC Legal Hackers proudly present: "Hacking Accountability in Internet Governance"

This event will reflect on the accountability discussions that has been occurring with respect to the IANA transition to discuss internet accountability in general. This salon-style session will use the IANA accountability debate to try to create 10,000-foot solutions.


• Jonathan Zuck, ACT

• Hibah Hussein, Google

• Becky Burr, Neustar

Moderator: David Snead, Internet Infrastructure Coalition


6:00pm: Drinks/Networking

7:00pm: Announcements

7:15pm: Panel Introductions

7:30pm: Panel

8:15pm: Q&A

8:45pm: Fin


DC Legal Hackers is the DC Chapter of a growing movement of more than twenty (https://legalinformatics.wordpress.com/2013/09/12/legal-hacking-technology-and-innovation-groups/) legal hacking, technology, or innovation groups around the world.

A legal hacker is someone who cares about the intersection of law and technology and seeks to improve legal practice through technology while simultaneously using legal skills to promote technological innovation and exploration.