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    ICANN Debates at Harvard and MIT

    Monday, October 2:  Candidates Debate
    Wednesday, October 4: Analysts Panel

ICANN North American Candidates Forum at Harvard University

Analysts Panel -- "ICANN: Technical Coordination or Internet Governance" at MIT


Video webcast of Candidates Forum at Harvard University
Additional archival material at the Berkman Center.

Audio webcast of Analysts Panel at MIT

The ICANN North-American Candidates Forum
A debate among the Board candidates.
Monday, October 2, 7:30-9:30 PM at Harvard Law School
Ames Courtroom
Participants include:
ICANN Board Candidates: Karl Auerbach, Lyman Chapin, Lawrence Lessig, Harris Miller, 
      Barbara Simons, Emerson Tiller. (Donald N. Langenberg will not be present.)
Moderator: Prof. Jean-Claude Guedon, University of Montreal
Panelists:  Declan McCullagh of Wired Magazine and Hiawatha Bray of The Boston Globe.
Opening statement: Prof. Hans Klein, Georgia Tech School of Public Policy and Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR)
Closing statement: Prof. Charles Nesson, Harvard Law School
Sponsors:  Internet Democracy Project (CPSR, ACLU, EPIC) and the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School.
This event will be webcast and will be preceded by an afternoon classroom candidates forum led by Prof. Jonathan Zittrain at Harvard Law School.  More information.

Analysts Panel:  ICANN: Technical Coordination or Internet Governance?
A panel of policy analysts.
Wednesday, October 4 at 7 PM at MIT
Building E25, Room 111 (directions below)

Click here for live audiocast by MIT.

Participants include: 
Scott Bradner (Chair), Senior Technical Consultant, Harvard University
Andrew McLaughlin, Chief Policy Officer, ICANN
Alan Davidson, Center for Democracy and Technology
Prof. Milton Mueller, Syracuse University School of Information Studies
Prof. Hans Klein, School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR)
Sponsors: The MIT Technology and Culture Forum, Internet Democracy Project (CPSR, ACLU, EPIC)
Directions:  Building E-25 is on MIT campus at the corner of Carlton and Deacon Streets, next to the Kendall T stop. It shares an atrium with the medical building. More information.


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