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    well-represented by the people who make it work.
    by Anonymous on Tuesday August 23 2005, @10:33PM (#16058)
    "Always interesting, relevant and ahead of the curve, the Aspen Summit has grown up with the Internet," says Foundation President Raymond L. Gifford. "And each has had an impact on the other. This year we will focus on the future of the Internet, examining the policy, legal and economic implications of this constantly changing phenomenon. Each Internet layer will be well-represented by the people who make it work."


        * Honorable Haley Barbour, Governor, State of Mississippi

    # Chris Israel, Coordinator of Intellectual Property Enforcement, U.S. Department of Commerce

    # Ambassador David A. Gross, U.S. Coordinator for International Communications & Information Policy, U.S. Department of State

    Reform of Telecommunications Law

        * Jonathan Askin, Pulver.com
        * Roger Cochetti, CompTIA

    Michael Gallagher, Commerce Department Assistant Secretary and Director of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

    Honorable Marsha Blackburn, Representative, U.S. House of Representatives (R-TN)

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    Re:well-represented by the people who make it work
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 24 2005, @05:28AM (#16059)
    http://www.pff.org/aspensummit/aspen2005/agenda.ht ml

    # The Patent Reform Choo Choo Keeps Chugging

        * Rich Beutel, U.S. House Committee on Small Business
        * Jim DeLong, The Progress & Freedom Foundation
        * Charles Eldering, Technology, Patents & Licensing, Inc.
        * Dan Horowitz, U.S. House Committee on Small Business
        * Laurie May, National Academy of Public Administration
        * Morgan Reed, Association for Competitive Technology

    Roundtable Discussion: The Capitalism of Ideas: Patents and the Structure of Innovation

        * Solveig Singleton, Senior Fellow, The Progress & Freedom Foundation (Moderator)
        * Q. Todd Dickinson, Vice President & Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, General Electric Company
        * John Duffy, Professor, George Washington University
        * Marshall Phelps, Vice President for IP & Licensing, Microsoft Corporation
        * William C. Rooklidge, President, American Intellectual Property Law Association; Partner, Howrey, LLP
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