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    Some people want OUT and others want IN. DEEPER
    by Anonymous on Tuesday October 05 2004, @09:40AM (#14290)
    Some people want OUT and others want IN.
    They want in DEEPER.

    They want Cerf's ISOC regulatory regime, now
    well-funded via .ORG and soon .NET to ensure
    them all sorts of protections (monopolies).
    They do not want to have to compete in the free
    marketplace. They want "government protection"
    which really means "mob protection" from the
    ISOC/IETF/ICANN/IAB/IESG and of course IANA.

    It should be obvious who wants IN and DEEPER IN
    and why. Some have some major lies to hide and
    the ISOC can help to protect them.

    http://www.internetanniversary.com/Technical_Sessi ons.html
    This is the program for the Forum (October 29, 2004, at UCLA):
    7:00am - 8:00am Continental Breakfast and Registration
    8:00am - 8:30am Welcome Speech

            * Vijay Dhir (UCLA)

    8:30am - 9:00am Opening: A Brief History of the Internet

            * Leonard Kleinrock (UCLA)

    9:00am - 10:30am The Bright Side: Gorillas of the Internet
    Chair: John Markoff (NYTimes)

            * Gordon Bell (Microsoft)
            * Henry Samueli (Broadcom)
            * Patrick P. Gelsinger (Intel)
            * Robert J. Aiken (Cisco)

    10:30am - 11:00am Break
    11:00am - 12:30pm The Global Side: Impact beyond Technology
    Chair: Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media)

            * The Globalization of IT: Ethan Zuckerman (Harvard)
            * Entertainment (pending)
            * Education Implications: Alan Kay (UCLA)
            * Social and Political Ramifications: John Perry Barlow

    12:30pm - 2:00pm Lunch
    A Conversation with Eric Schmidt:
    Eric E. Schmidt (Google)
    2:00pm - 3:30pm The Young Side: The Indigenous Digital Generation
    Chair: Clay Shirky (NYU)

            * The Way of the Hacker (pending)
            * Blogger, Dating, Friendster (pending)
            * Growing up with the Internet (pending)
            * Youth as Native Users: danah boyd (UCB)

    3:30pm - 4:00pm Break
    4:00pm - 5:30pm The Future Side: Pioneers and Visionaries
    Chair: Bran Ferren (Applied Minds, CCO)

            * Vinton G. Cerf (MCI, VP)
            * Robert E. Kahn (CNRI)
            * Leonard Kleinrock (UCLA)
            * Lawrence G. Roberts (Anagran)

    5:30pm - 5:40pm Closing Remarks

            * Leonard Kleinrock (UCLA)

    5:40pm - 6:30pm Reception
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