Featured Speakers and Moderators for Workshop
Ralph Nader, Consumer Advocate
Jean-Louis Gassée, CEO of
Bryan Sparks, CEO of
Bob Young (invited), CEO of
Red Hat Software.
Ted Johnson, Co-Founder and Executive VP,
- Gary Reback,
Wilson, Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
Roberto Di Cosmo, Maitre de conferences in computer science at
Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris, author of with Dominique
Nora, Le Hold-Up planétaire
- David Bollier,
The Power of Openness, a
proposal for the H2O Project on Open Code software.,
prepared for the Berkman Center, Harvard Law School.
Scherer, Professor of Public Policy and Corporate Management in
the Aetna Chair Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Joseph J. Simons, partner in
Rogers & Wells' Antitrust Group
Steven Salop, Professor of Economics and Law, Georgetown
University Law Center.
Jonathan Zuck, President,
Association for Competitive Technology
Marc Cooper, Research Director, Consumer Federation of America
James Love, Director,
Consumer Project on Technology
Glenn Manishin, Partner,
Blumenfeld and Cohen - Technology Law
Group, principal author of
the SIIA remedies document
Ed Black, President,
Computer and Communications Industry
Henry First, currently Professor of Law, New York University,
recently appointed as Chief of the Antitrust Bureau for the
New York Department of Law.
Mitch Stone, technology columnist for Scripps