I will be on a panel at an Internet Society ‘INET’ event on the 29th of September 2010, entitled ‘The Internet Revolution: Opportunities, Threats and Challenges to your Business’. (I think ‘INET’ is simply a catchy phrase for an Internet meeting enabling colleagues to network. The Internet Society (ISOC) has been sponsoring INET conferences around the world.) It is arguable that policy-makers have not given sufficient attention to the role of the Internet in shaping the vitality of business enterprises, so it will be valuable to hear from a number of key speakers, futurologists, and public figures, as well as a few academics. The day is hosted by James Bellini, former BBC presenter of Panorama and Newsnight, and speakers include the Deputy Information Commissioner, David Smith, and Piotr Cofta , Chief Researcher at BT.
The event is free to attend (and lunch will be provided), but the number of seats is limited – so register soon. Details on the event, registration, agenda, and sponsorship are found at <http://www.isoc.org/isoc/conferences/inet/10/london.shtml>
Do let me know what you think of the conference, should you be able to attend.