Susan P. Crawford–Videos

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Susan Crawford, The White House. State of the Mobile Net Conference 2009

 

susan crawford excerpts from free press summit

 

One Web Day

 

Rocketboom Interview: Susan Crawford of OneWebDay.org

 

 One Web Day 2008 – Washington Sq Park NYC

 

One Web Day

http://onewebday.org/

 

One Web Day: The Web’s Benefits

 

State of Play III Time Capsule – Susan Crawford interviews Ren Reynolds

 

 

Background Articles and Videos

FCC Net Neutrality: Arbitrary and Capricious?

 

FCC Commissioner on Net Neutrality

 

Internet Regulation – Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights


 

Lawrence Lessig on Net Neutrality and Google-1/2

 

Lawrence Lessig on Net Neutrality and Google-2/2

 

OneWebDay Founder Tapped By Obama

“…Internet law expert Susan Crawford has joined President Barack Obama‘s lineup of tech policy experts at the White House, according to several sources. She will likely hold the title of special assistant to the president for science, technology, and innovation policy, they said. Crawford, who was most recently a visiting professor at the University of Michigan and at Yale Law School, was tapped by Obama’s transition team in November to co-chair its FCC review process with University of Pennsylvania professor Kevin Werbach. Her official administration appointment has not been formally announced. Crawford may be best known for her work with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the California-based nonprofit group that manages the Internet address system. She served on ICANN’s board for three years beginning in December 2005. She also founded OneWebDay, a global Earth Day for the Internet that takes place every Sept. 22. Crawford, a Yale graduate, clerked for U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie before joining Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering where she worked until the end of 2002. …”

http://techdailydose.nationaljournal.com/2009/03/onewebday-founder-tapped-by-ob.php#

 

Susan P. Crawford

“…Susan P. Crawford (born 1963) is President Barack Obama’s Special Assistant for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy. She is a former Board Member of ICANN and the founder of OneWebDay.

Wired magazine has referred to her as “the most powerful geek close to the president,” [1] and notes that previous to her work for the Administration, she was a “prolific blogger,” as well as a writer on subjects ranging from Net Neutrality to NASA. …”

“…Crawford holds a B.A. (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) and J.D. from Yale University. She served as a law clerk for Judge Raymond J. Dearie of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, and was a partner at Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering (Washington, D.C.) until the end of 2002, when she left that firm to become a professor.

After first teaching at Cardozo School of Law in NYC, Crawford became a visiting Professor at the University of Michigan Law School in the fall of 2007. After visiting at Yale Law School in Spring of 2008 she was admitted to the faculty at the University of Michigan Law School.[4]

Internet activism

Crawford served a member of the Board of Directors for ICANN from 2005-2008 [5]. In 2005 she founded OneWebDay – a global celebration of the Internet In the past she has been known as a champion of net neutrality, and she has written on many other current policy issues.

Politics

Crawford and Kevin Werbach served on the Federal Communications Commission Review team in the Obama transition.[6][7]. In early 2009 she was appointed the President’s Special Assistant for Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy.[8]

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_P._Crawford 

 

Kevini Werbach

“…Kevin Werbach is a leading expert on the business, policy, and social implications of emerging Internet and communications technologies. Werbach is an Assistant Professor of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (since 2004). He is also the organizer of the annual Supernova technology conference and maintains a blog (“werblog”).[1]

On 14 November 2008 it was announced that President-elect Barack Obama has selected Susan Crawford and Werbach to lead the review of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).[2] The review team “will ensure that senior appointees have the information necessary to complete the confirmation process, lead their departments, and begin implementing signature policy initiatives immediately after they are sworn in.”[3]

Werbach’s areas of interest are emerging internet technologies, telecommunications policy, electronic commerce, wireless communication, and regulation. He advises major information technology and communications companies on strategic business and policy implications of emerging technologies. At The Wharton School Werbach is currently working in the areas of evolving Internet architecture policy implications, regulation of Internet video, next-generation broadband access, and decentralized communications, computing, and media business implications.[4]

Werbach holds a JD from Harvard Law School (1994) and a BA from the University of California at Berkeley (1991).[4]

Werbach was founder of the Supernova Group (2002-Present), editor of Release 1.0 (1998-2002), and Counsel for New Technology Policy at the Federal Communications Commission (1994-1998). Werbach has also served on the Board of Directors of the TPRC Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy (2003-Present), is a Fellow at the Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM), International University of Japan (2002-Present), and sat on the Advisory Board of Knowledge@Wharton (2005-Present), Public Knowledge (2002-Present) and Socialtext (2003-Present).[4]

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Werbach

 

New Rules for a New Age: Kevin Werbach Sees Challenges for the FCC


 

 

Jay Rockefeller: Internet should have never existed

 

Obama Wants Control of the Internet

 

Obama talks about Cyber Security/Cyber Czar PT1

 

Obama talks about Cyber Security/Cyber Czar PT2

 

Rush Limbaugh – Bill Would Give President Obama “Emergency Control” of Internet – 8/28/09

 

GOVERNMENT WEBSITE CONTROLS AND TRACKS YOUR COMPUTER FOREVER !!! INTERNET CZAR !!!

 

Barack Obama: On Net Neutrality

 

phil kerpen on susan crawford and robert mcchesney

 

 

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