WE, THE INTERNET
A Community FOCUS GROUP on the Future of the Internet
Saturday, Dec 8
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Farragut Square, Washington, DC
The internet has changed our lives dramatically. How we communicate with friends and family, purchase things, access information and entertainment, and work with others has been transformed by internet technologies. The future will likely bring additional major changes.
How will the internet evolve in the future?
Now is your chance to contribute to the future of this vital technology!
Arizona State University’s Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes has partnered with Missions Publiques to launch a Global Citizens’ Debate on the future of the internet. This unprecedented debate will engage hundreds of non-expert citizens worldwide, giving you the opportunity to be a part of the future of the internet.
Add Your Voice!
Join in and share your views about the future of this critical technology. You will meet fellow citizens and engage in thoughtful dialogue. No prior knowledge is required. There are no incorrect answers—every viewpoint is welcome and wanted!
Apply at http://bit.ly/2RdZePh or call (202) 446-0397 if you need a paper copy. Applications are due December 2, 2018. 35-40 participants will be selected from the applicant pool based on a number of factors in order to ensure a diversity of experiences and views among our participant group. Selected participants will be notified by December 3.
You must be 18 years old or older to apply. Selected participants will receive a $100 stipend after completion.