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The Internet Society (ISOC) wil present an INET Regional Conference on June[masked] at the Sentry Center in NYC. The theme is “It’s your call. What kind Of Internet do you want? “. The distinguished line up of speakers will include ‘Father of the Internet’ Vint Cerf, World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners Lee, and Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information at the U.S. Department of Commerce Lawrence Strickling.

What: INET New York
When: Tuesday June 14, 2011: 9am-5.30pm EDT
Where: Sentry Center, 730 Third Avenue, NY NY 10017
Who: ISOC Members $25, Others $50
Register: http://isoc.org/nyinet (https://www.isoc.org/apps/events/?id=inet-ny)
Agenda: http://bit.ly/inetnyagenda
Hashtag: #inetny (http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23inetny)
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=145503388852445
Outreach: embeds (http://isoc-ny.org/inet/embeds.html) | flyer (http://isoc-ny.org/inet/INET-NY_flier.pdf)
Online participation: webcast (http://bit.ly/isoctv) | backchan.nl (http://backchan.nl/conferences/view/373)
Shorturl: http://bit.ly/inetny

With almost two billion people online, the Internet is a catalyst for boundless creativity and growth. But the decisions we make in the coming months and years will determine whether it remains a global platform for innovation and expression for people everywhere. Join us on June 14 as we set the agenda for the future of an open Internet. We’ll identify and examine the critical decisions that will shape the future of the Internet:

Who will help define the Internet’s evolution? What role should government and private industry play? How do we provide greater bandwidth and access? What does online privacy mean in the age of Facebook and Wikileaks?

This is a unique opportunity to network with the thought leaders and policy makers who are designing the global networks of tomorrow and help develop the policies that will drive future Internet innovation.

*Note: Please RSVP here if you intend to attend but you will have to register at the address above to gain admission. Space is limited so it is advisable to register a.s.a.p.

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