What Every Non-profit Organization Should Know About Its Use of the Internet and Never Dared to Ask!"
Time and Date: January 14, 2015; 10:00am EST
Place: On the web and on site at the ICANN Offices, Washington DC, 801 17th Street, NW, Suite 400
The Internet has become a critical tool for organizations to carry out their mission and vision. The Pathfinder series has been developed to assist non-profits and non-governmental organizations in using this tool effectively and understanding the context in which the Internet operates. The security and stability of the Internet depend on the active involvement of all stakeholders.
The need for dialogue and education is highlighted by the United States government’s announcement of its intention to relinquish control of the Internet’s numbering system known as IANA. The IANA numbers are behind the names that non-profits depend upon for their Internet presence. How will this change effect your organization? Does it matter? Please join us for a lively and information discussion.
Topic: "Making it work and pay for you. Pitfalls and Opportunities for Non-profits and Non-governmental Organizations in the new Internet Domain space” Presenter: Klaus Stoll, Executive Director GKPF
Topic: "What impact the IANA transition will have on Non-profits and Non-governmental Organizations" Presenter:Theresa Swinehart, Sr. Advisor to the President on Strategy, ICANN
Topic: "Online Trademark Abuse and Legitimate Use Cases for Non-profits and Non-governmental Organizations" Presenter:Brian J. Winterfeldt, Esq., Head of Internet Practice Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
Moderator: Lori Schulman, Esq., General Counsel, ASCD and ICANN Non-profit Operational Concerns Constituency, Vice-Chair
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Pictures meeting room DC (thanks to Glenn Mc Knight)