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Agenda (Zeitangaben sind PST also +9 Stunden. 10:00am meint dann 19 Uhr abends.)
DECEMBER 1, 2009
Mission Bay Conference Center (UCSF Campus, San Francisco, CA)
|8:00am-9:00am||Legal Pre-Conference Registration|
|9:00am-10:00am||Social Networks in the Workplace (Sponsored by Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe)
Moderator Denise Howell, Alex Macgillivray, Kerry Krzynowek, Gabe Ramsey
The meteoric rise of social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn, as well as social communications tools such as Twitter, pose a series of new legal questions. How should companies handle these challenges?
|10:00am-11:00am||Trademarks and Intermediaries (Sponsored by WilmerHale)
Moderator Eric Goldman, Samir Jain, Laura Covington, Dan Dougherty
The role of intermediaries such as eBay and Google, and the legal safe harbors that protect them from liability, are significant battlegrounds. Could judicial decisions undermine the foundations for electronic commerce? Are legislative changes necessary?
|11:00am-12:00pm||Updating Copyright: A Fair (Use) Fight? (Sponsored by Gibson Dunn & Crutcher)
Moderator Colette Vogele, Ashlie Beringer, Zahavah Levine, Larry Downes
Are there ways to address the explosion of user generated content within existing intellectual property law… or is an overhaul needed? And what steps should companies take in the interim?
|12:00pm-1:00pm||Legal Networking Lunch (Sponsored by DLA Piper)|
|11:00am – 1:00pm||General Conference Registration|
|1:00pm||Introduction by Kevin Werbach|
|1:10pm||THE CHANGING WORLD
Pervasive connectivity is altering everything from our social interactions to our cities.
The infrastructure of the Internet is quietly being transformed. The rise of cloud computing and broadband applications are shifting the landscape for both network operators and service providers.
|3:30pm||NETWORKS FOR CHANGE
How do we put all this technology to productive use, both for business and for society?
What are the new rules for business success? How can organizations innovate and thrive in a networked world?
|6:30pm||Opening Gala and Technology ShowcaseThis annual extravaganza is open to all Supernova attendees and includes a special showcase of technology companies who will present their latest innovations in connected technologies. Attendees will be treated to cocktails, food and networking time with the Supernova community.|
DECEMBER 2, 2009
Wharton | San Francisco Campus
|7:30am||Registration and continental breakfast|
|9:00am||Opening Plenary Session:
Crisis? What Crisis? Strategies for a Connected World
Moderator Kevin Werbach, JP Rangaswami, John Hagel, Umair Haque, Ellen Levy
Was the financial crisis a permanent discontinuity in market economies, or just a temporary bump in the road? Either way, can the strategies and economics of the 20th century to translate to the digitally networked world of the 21st?
|10:30am||Wharton Talk: Karl Ulrich
|Wharton Talk: Eric Clemons
Google and Antitrust
|LEGAL CREDIT SESSIONS
Keynote: Larry Strickling
|11:00am||Up from the Ashes: Building Startups Today
Moderator Dave McClure, Rashmi Sinha, Christine Herron, Bruce W. Jenett
What does it take to build and scale a company in this environment? It’s well-known that the raw materials for startups are cheaper than ever, and that bad economic times are the best opportunities to invest in and grow far-reaching innovations. But does the venture-backed startup model still work?
|Is There a Media Business?
Moderator Lisa Stone, Jim Griffin, Catharine Hays, Cory Ondrejka
The world doesn’t need newspapers, record labels, and TV broadcasters, but it does need journalism and distribution mechanisms for quality entertainment and information. Can innovative new forms of online media replace what is lost as traditional industries collapse? How will digital business models differ from their predecessors? Is online video a viable media platform, and if so, how does it differ from its offline forms?
|Privacy and the Social Web
Sponsored by Davis Wright Tremaine
Moderator Kraig Baker,
The networked digital environment creates massive new opportunities for personal information to be collected, shared, and used. Will the law change, and if so, how? Is privacy even a viable concept any more?
|12:30pm||Lunch and networking|
|1:30pm||REAL TIME FLOW TRACK
Co-Hosted by BT
Track chair Tantek Celik
Moderator Tim O’Reilly, Dick Costolo, Brett Slatkin, Monica Keller
We are moving from a Web of pages and sites to a rich and continuous stream of online interactions. This new model snuck up on us through social networks and microblogging, but it is quickly becoming a core aspect of the online experience. How will the flow model alter the business landscape and user expectations?
Sense Making: Real Time Search, Answers, and Discovery
Moderator Kevin Marks, Barney Pell, Caterina Fake, Sean Ammirati
How can we extract actionable knowledge out of the cacophony of interactions as they happen? Is real-time search just a faster version of searching the web, or something fundamentally new?
Frontiers of Real Time Collaboration
Moderator David Weinberger, Jason Shellen, Paul Lippe, Laura Fitton, Deborah Schultz, Anna-Christina Douglas
Software tools for collaboration have been around for decades, but have always fallen short of their potential. Are solutions built around sharing social interactions and content in real time the answer?
|TBA||Government’s New Deal
Sponsored by Patton Boggs
Moderator Nick Allard, Andrew McLaughlin, Scott Blake Harris, Andrew Rasiej
Connected information technology will be the platform supporting innovation in health care, the environment, transportation, education, economic development, and other fields, not just computing and telecom. How will the Obama Administration’s policy initiatives in areas such as open government, antitrust, diplomacy, and other areas after the legal and business environment for innovation?
|3:00pm||Life in the 21st Century
Esther Dyson, Bernardo Huberman, Linda Stone
What do we really know about how people act and react in a pervasively networked world? How do our minds and our social structures evolve in this unprecedented environment? How do we cope with the new threats and risks that we barely understand?
What Comes After Universal Connectivity?
Sponsored by Comcast, Verizon, and Wiley Rein
Moderator Bennett Ross, Joe Waz, Chris Riley, Nicol Turner-Lee, Paul Brigner
It’s either the best of times or the worst of times for broadband in the US. The FCC is drafting a National Broadband Plan, while other agencies hand out billions of dollars in grants. What is likely to come out of those programs? And just what would a better broadband environment look like?
|4:30pm||Global Internet Policy: The Next Generation
Sponsored by Google
Barbara van Schewick, Paul DeSa, Robert Pepper, Nicole Wong
As networks evolve and converge, how should Internet policy change? Do governments and regulators have the information they need to make good decisions? Do we even know the right questions to ask, in order to promote innovation, investment, and economic development? And how does the situation vary around the world?
|Mobility and Location-Based Services
Sponsored by Latham & Watkins
How well will the business models and practices for the wired world translate to a wireless environment of location-based services and handheld devices? And what will it mean to have individuals’ location and movements potentially recorded and used by third parties? Are there ways to meet the needs of both users and service providers?
|6:00pm||Reception (appetizers and cocktails)Open to all Supernova attendees and Wharton guests.|
DECEMBER 3, 2009
Wharton | San Francisco Campus
|7:30am||Registration and continental breakfast|
|8:30am||Telecom as Software
Sponsored by Ribbit
Moderator Doc Searls, Crick Waters, Jonathan Christiansen, Brian Bogosian, Craig Walker
|Fun with Fun
Moderator Charles Hudson, Lisa Galarneau, Amy Jo Kim, Susan Wu
Games are among the few industries continuing to grow amid the global economic slowdown, and many social networks and other online platforms are exploiting the potential of virtual goods. How far can this go? What are the emergent properties of games and virtual worlds that will impact the broader technology space?
|10:00am||Wharton Talk: Eric Bradlow
|10:30am||Taking Data Seriously
Co-Hosted by WIMI
Moderator Eric Bradlow, Andreas Weigend, Shawndra Hill, Chris Kemp
We are awash in unprecedented oceans of information, but few organizations are able to use it effectively. What business opportunities and policy innovations will become possible with better collection, aggregation, analysis, dissemination, and sharing of data?
|Technology Meets Sustainability
Adam Werbach, Robin Chase, Steve Newcomb
Technology helped to create a disposable society that is threatening the health of our planet. Can it help to solve the challenges of the environment and climate change as well? Can companies do well by doing good?
|12:00pm||Lunch and networking|
|1:00pm||Attendee RoundtablesAttendees may submit new ideas or concepts on Change Network topics to be presented during various roundtable sessions.||Attendee RoundtablesAttendees may submit new ideas or concepts on Change Network topics to be presented during various roundtable sessions.|
|2:30pm||Closing Plenary SessionAlec Ross, Craig Newmark, Jimmy Wales
Visions for the future, insights to take away, final thoughts, and wrap-up for all attendees.
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