In the digital age, should all information be free?
Does good government require secrecy, or more openness?
Can we trust private internet service providers to defend free speech?
Is Wikileaks a terrorist organization, or the beginning of a new kind of transnational investigative journalism?
Saturday, December 11, 10:00am – 2:00pm*
Riverpark: A Tom Colicchio Restaurant
450 East 29th Street (East of 1st Ave, just before the FDR)
Join us to explore these questions with:
Emily Bell, Director of the Tow Centre of Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School
Esther Dyson, EDventure
Allison Fine, Co-author, The Networked Nonprofit
Charles Ferguson, Director, Inside Job and No End in Sight
Arianna Huffington, Co-founder and editor-in-chief, The Huffington Post
Jeff Jarvis, Professor, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Andrew Keen, Author of the forthcoming book, Digital Vertigo: An Anti-Social Manifesto
Rebecca MacKinnon, Author of the forthcoming book, Consent of the Networked
Mark Pesce, Author and digital anthropologist
Andrew Rasiej, Co-founder, Personal Democracy Forum
Jack Rosenthal, Senior fellow, Atlantic Philanthropies
Carne Ross, Director, Independent Diplomat and former UK Diplomat
Douglas Rushkoff, Author, Program or Be Programmed: Ten Commands for a Digital Age
Micah L. Sifry, Co-founder, Personal Democracy Forum
Katrin Verclas, Principal, New Rights Group
Tom Watson, Author, CauseWired: Plugging In, Getting Involved, Changing the World
Dave Winer, Editor, Scripting News and Visiting Scholar, NYU
Tickets are $10, and space is limited (tickets will not be available at the door). *Coffee and light refreshments will be served.
To register, please visit: http://pdfsymposium.eventbrite.com
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