The Obama administration will face a number of thorny Internet policy issues, which are being addressed in a variety of global fora. This roundtable will explore the most pressing issues that the members of the new administration will face and discuss the results of the just completed Internet Governance Forum and OECD meetings. Among the issues to be discussed will be cybersecurity, expanding access to the Internet in less developed countries, and the evolution of the Domain Name System.
*James Lewis, Director and Senior Fellow, Technology and Public Policy Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
*Michael Nelson, Visiting Professor, Internet Studies, Communication, Culture and Technology Program, Georgetown University
*Yasuhide Yamanouchi, Acting Director and Professor, Institute for InfoSocionomics, Tama University
*Izumi Aizu, Senior Research Fellow and Professor, Institute for InfoSocionomics, Tama University
*Masaru Fujino, Counsel, Communication Policy, Embassy of Japan in USA
*Robert Pepper, Vice President, Global Technology Policy, Cisco Systems