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Koppell featured panelist at Future Tense event

Jonathan Koppell, dean of Arizona State University’s College of Public Programs, served as moderator at a Future Tense event held Nov. 29 in Washington, D.C., focused on Internet Governance. He was also a featured panelist at the event in the discussion titled “Can we Govern Our Way to a More Perfect Internet.”

 

Jonathan Koppell, dean of Arizona State University’s College of Public Programs, served as moderator at a Future Tense event held Nov. 29 in Washington, D.C., focused on Internet Governance. He was also a featured panelist at the event in the discussion titled “Can we Govern Our Way to a More Perfect Internet.”

Koppell's related article about the effectiveness of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, in Internet governance is published on Slate.com. Videos from the recent Future Tense event and an interview with Koppell can be viewed online.

Future Tense is a partnership between the New America Foundation, ASU and Slate magazine to explore emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy. Central to the partnership is a series of events in Washington, D.C., that take in-depth, provocative looks at issues that will reshape the policy debates of the coming decade.

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