Archive for November 2012


Larry to Join Capitol Hill Panel on Copyright Reform Dec. 13th

Larry will participate in a panel discussion in Washington on Dec. 13th titled, “CopyRIGHT:  Can Free Marketers Agree on Copyright Reform?”  The even takes place from 3-4:15 in the U.S. Capitol, Room HC-8.  The event is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is required. With the recent issuance and withdrawal of a key […]

The Latest Leak Makes Even Clearer UN Plans to Take Over Internet Governance

On Friday evening, I posted on CNET a detailed analysis of the most recent proposal to surface from the secretive upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications, WCIT 12.  The conference will discuss updates to a 1988 UN treaty administered by the International Telecommunications Union, and throughout the year there have been reports that both governmental […]

Larry to moderate U.N. panel at Stanford Nov. 27th

On Nov 27th, Larry will moderate a discussion on the upcoming U.N. treaty negotiations over Internet governance at Stanford Law School. Panelists include former U.S. Ambassador David Gross and Google Policy Counsel Patrick Ryan. Attendance is free and open to the public.