January 19, 2012 – 11:45am to 1:45pm

TechFreedom , the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the Cato Institute hosted a lunch discussion featuring a panel of leading technology policy experts who discussed the implications of proposed rogue website legislation (SOPA, PIPA and OPEN) for entrepreneurship, free speech, Internet governance, and holders of copyrights and trademarks.

TechFreedom’s Berin Szoka delivered opening remarks at this event, which also marks the one-year anniversary of TechFreedom’s launch. The panel will be moderated by Ryan Radia of the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

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Larry Downes
Senior Adjunct Fellow, TechFreedom
Author, The Laws of Disruption

Julian Sanchez
Research Fellow, Cato Institute

James Gattuso 
Senior Research Fellow in Regulatory Policy, Heritage Foundation

Allan Friedman
Research Director, Center for Technology Innovation, Brookings Institution

Dan Kaminsky
Security Researcher

You can see who else attended at the Facebook event page . Or follow the Twitter discussion at the #SOPAnel hashtag .

Thursday, January 19, 2012 11:45 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.

Reserve Officers Association of the United States One Constitution Avenue, NE Washington D.C. 20002

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