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Global Digital Futures Policy Forum 2017

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Friday, May 5th

8.30am

9.00am

Registration and breakfast

9.00am

10.00am

Framing Conversation

What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for the Digital Economy?

Participants:

  • Merit E. Janow (Dean, Columbia SIPA)
  • Eli Noam (Professor, Columbia Business School)
  • William Drake (International Fellow and Lecturer, University of Zurich)
  • Niloofar Howe (SVP Strategy & Operations, RSA)

10.00am

10.45am

Framing Conversation

What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for Global Governance?

Participants:

  • Gordon Goldstein (Managing Director, Silver Lake Partners)
  • Joseph Nye (University Distinguished Service Professor, Harvard University)
  • Ambassador Lana Nusseibeh (Permanent Representative of the UAE to the UN)
11.00am11.45am

Keynote : Eric Schmidt - Executive Chairman, Alphabet Inc.

Fireside Chat with Dean Merit E. Janow, Columbia SIPA

12.00am

1.15pm

Plenary Panel 1

What Would Internet Fragmentation Mean for Global Trade?

Participants:

  • Merit E. Janow (Dean, Columbia SIPA)
  • Usman Ahmed (Head of Global Public Policy, PayPal)
  • Anupam Chander (Professor, U.C. Davis)
  • Victoria A. Espinel (President and CEO, BSA | The Software Alliance)
  • Ricardo Meléndez-Ortiz (Co-Founder and Chief Executive, ICTSD)
  • Malcolm Lee (Managing Director & Head of Policy, Alibaba Group)

1.15pm

2.00pm

Lunch Discussion: Douglas Brent (SVP Technology Innovation, Trimble)

2.15pm

3.30pm

Panel 2A

Developing Trust and Assurance, a Global Issue with National Solutions

Participants:

  • Steven Bellovin (Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University)
  • Laura DeNardis (Professor, American University)
  • Angela McKay (Director of Cybersecurity Policy, Microsoft)
  • Andrea Glorioso (Counselor, Digital Economy & Cyber, EU Delegation to the US)
  • Joshua Corman (Director, Cyber Statecraft Initiative, Atlantic Council)

Panel 2B

 Global Platforms, National Citizens and International Development

Participants:

  • Ronaldo Lemos (Director, Instituto de Tecnologia & Sociedade do Rio de Janeiro)
  • Peter Micek (General Counsel, Access Now)
  • Ambassador Karen Kornbluh (ret.) (Senior Fellow for Digital Policy, Council on Foreign Relations)
  • Jeff Brueggeman (VP Global Public Policy, AT&T)
 

5.00pm

Plenary Panel 3

Cyber Conflict and Democratic Institutions

Participants:

  • Susan McGregor (Tow Center for Digital Journalism. Columbia Journalism School)
  • Sean Kanuck (Affiliate, Stanford CISAC)
  • Matthew Waxman (Professor, Columbia Law School)
  • Camille Francois (Principal Researcher, Jigsaw)
  • Ronaldo Lemos (Director, Instituto de Tecnologia & Sociedade do Rio de Janeiro)

5.15pm

6.30pm

Plenary Panel 4

Financial Institutions and Systemic Risks

Participants:

  • Jason Healey (Senior Research Scholar, Columbia SIPA)
  • Paul Twomey (Co-Founder, Stash.Global)
  • Katheryn Rosen (Senior Fellow, Cyber Statecraft Initiative, Atlantic Council)
  • Chris Cummings (Adjunct Senior Research Scholar, Columbia SIPA)
  • Siobhan MacDermott (SVP Global Cyber Policy Executive, Bank of America)

7.00pm

9.00pm

Dinner - by invitation only