Tuesday, November 27, 2012

11.27 :: So Whose Gonna be in Dubai Next Week? :: Lawsuits Are Stupid :: Flawed :: Mantra :: Who Pays? :: Take Over the Internet :: Panic, Chaos :: Dark Warnings ::

CyberTelecom News  Weekly
Federal Internet Law and Policy :: An Educational Project

"It is foolish to see any other person as the cause of our own misery or happiness". Buddha 

My Third Post on IP Interconnection – Innovation in Networks, Verizon :: Keyword: [Internet Interconnection] Innovation happens throughout the Internet ecosystem, from the physical networks and broadband connections, to computers and devices, to software. While innovation in some aspects of the Internet is readily visible – such as new web applications or content sites (think Facebook or Netflix) – innovation in how the physical

Broadband in America Report Updated, CITI :: Keyword: [Plan] Professor Robert Atkinson has released an update to his Broadband in America report which was used as the basis for the National Broadband Plan

ICANN Security Team Members Appointed to Lead Roles in Global Community Initiatives, ICANN :: Keyword: [ICANN] Two senior members of ICANN’s Security Team have been appointed to lead roles on global cybersecurity and DNS security initiatives. John Crain has been appointed by the root server operators to a seat on Board of Directors for the Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center (DNS-OARC), and Dave Piscitello has been nominated by the Commonwealth Cybercrime

Huge Traffic Volumes on Black Friday, Akamai :: Keyword: [Ecom] It was a strong Black Friday online by all accounts. IBM is reporting that sales on the day grew nearly 20% over last year. Black Friday also drove huge volumes of traffic, averaging over 6.3 million page views from 10AM Eastern through to the end of the night. As expected, peak traffic levels hit at approximately 11am ET, but there

Cyber Monday 9PM Purchasing Peak 104% Above Black Friday, Akamai :: Keyword: [Ecommerce] Morning show broadcasts reported on the hottest Cyber Monday deals at the 9AM EST hour along with many online publications doing the same yesterday morning. But most online consumers didn't need any encouragement to get shopping - most continued with their clicking exercises right through the morning commute. Early browsing behaviors mirrored those of

Cyber Monday Breaks New Traffic Records, Akamai :: Keyword: [ECOM] Before we call it a night after a long but exciting day watching the Retail Net Usage Index, I owe you the final details. Cyber Monday traffic first began to climb early this morning, at 6:00 AM ET, and steadily grew to an early record peak at 11:00 AM. Traffic held steady at these levels until about 2:00 PM - a much stronger midday than in

Yet Another Ruling That Competitive Keyword Ad Lawsuits Are Stupid--Louisiana Pacific v. James Hardie, Forbes :: Keyword: [Advertising] It's been surreal watching plaintiff-side trademark lawyers lament that the Rosetta Stone v. Google settlement means we won't get clearer precedent on keyword advertising's legitimacy under trademark law. See, e.g., this paywalled BNA article, Attorneys Lament Lost Chance for Clarity On Lawfulness of Marks' Sale as Keywords. Those lawyers and I are living in parallel universes. The

EU Parliament Resolution on WCIT flawed, ITU :: Keyword: [ITU] As a citizen of Italy and as a person who is familiar with the upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12) and the proposals presented to that body, I must express my deep disappointment at parts of the Resolution on this topic that was adopted by the European Parliament.

The Google campaign – An ITU view, ITU :: Keyword: [ITU] ITU notes the recent comments made by Google in relation to the upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12) in Dubai.

US Internet Stakeholders United on ITU Treaty Negotiations, US Telecom :: Keyword: [ITU] With member countries of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) set to renegotiate a 24-year-old treaty on international telecommunication regulations at the

As the WCIT Nears, US Resists Global Internet Regulation, Broadband for America :: Keyword: [ITU] Don’t fix what isn’t broken: an important mantra delegates would do well to remember as they gather in Dubai in December for the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT).

UN Internet Meeting About Who Pays, Not Who Rules, Geist :: Keyword: [ITU] Should the Internet be treated like traditional phone services when it comes to regulation and pricing? That is the contentious question as the International Telecommunications Union, a United Nations agency with roots dating back to 1865 and the interconnection of telegraph services, meets in Dubai next week for the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT). The WCIT is a

'Don't Let The UN Take Over The Internet', Huffpo :: Keyword: [ITU] The United Nations should not be allowed to 'take over the Internet', European MPs have urged.

UN Agency's Leaked Playbook: Panic, Chaos over Anti-Internet Treaty, Forbes :: Keyword: [ITU] The International Telecommunications Union, the UN agency at the center of a firestorm over new efforts to regulate the Internet, is preparing a social media campaign to target what it expects will be fierce opposition to a revised telephone treaty being decided next month at a secret conference in Dubai.

Dark Warnings About Future of Internet Access, NYT :: Keyword: [ITU] With envoys from more than 100 nations convening in Dubai to discuss telecommunications, diverse groups are warning of plans to censor the Internet. But analysts say the real debate is about business.

Should UN regulate the Internet? Summit courts controversy, Globe :: Keyword: [ITU] International Telecommunications Union poised to assert authority over Internet; debate pits revenue-seeking nations and authoritarian regimes against open Internet champions

Feds scoop up 132 websites in annual Cyber Monday ritual, Gigaom :: Keyword: [Copyright] The Department of Homeland Security celebrated a holiday tradition of its own today by announcing the seizure of dozens of domain names that were allegedly used to sell fake consumer swag like jerseys and jewelry.

ICE Clearly Didn't Need SOPA to Cripple Websites - As Agency Proudly Announces 132 Downed Websites, dslreports :: Keyword: [copyright] Apparently the government didn't need SOPA to shut down foreign websites afterall. One of the largest justifications for the immensely-unpopular SOPA was that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) simply didn't have the power to shut down foreign websites that violate copyright. However, Techdirt notes, a new announcement by ICE clearly states that they seized and

Nominations Hearing, Senate Commerce Committee :: Keyword: [FCC] The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation announced a hearing on the nominations of Dr. Mark Doms, to be Under Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs, Department of Commerce; Ms. Polly Ellen Trottenberg, to be Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy, Department of Transportation; Ms. Mignon L. Clyburn, to be a

Student Suspended for Refusing to Wear a School-Issued RFID Tracker, Wired :: Keyword: [Privacy] A Texas high school student is being suspended for refusing to wear a radio-frequency identification chip implanted on student ID cards. Northside Independent School District in San Antonio began issuing the RFID-chip-laden student-body cards when the semester began in the fall. The ID badge has a barcode associated with a

EPIC Appeals NSA's Withholding of Cybersecurity Directive, EPIC :: Keyword: [Security] EPIC has appealed a decision by the National Security Agency to deny EPIC's Freedom of Information Act Request for the public release of Presidential Policy Directive 20. The Policy Directive expands the NSA's cybersecurity authority and has raised concerns about government surveillance of the Internet. EPIC's FOIA appeal points to numerous substantive and procedural defects in the

Pace of US Cyber-Preparedness Accelerating, Forbes :: Keyword: [Security] Three recent moves by the Pentagon, State Department and White House indicate that the pace of preparation for engaging in offensive cyber attacks is increasing. The first was the speech given by Leon Panetta, Secretary of Defense on October 12 where he used the term cyber Pearl Harbor. Of course to anyone who follows these developments the term is not at all new as Jason Healey of the

When can police search a cell phone?, MTTLR :: Keyword: [Big Brother] How does the Fourth Amendment apply to the contents of technological devices, particularly in the context of inventory searches pursuant to a lawful arrest? In March 2012, headlines such as "Police can now search cell phones without warrant" warned Americans of the possibility of police committing severe violations of privacy by

How likely is a DDoS Armageddon attack?, Arbor Networks :: Keyword: [DOS] The recent DDoS attacks against many of the North American financial firms had some unique characteristics that put a strain on the defenses in place and resulted in a number of well publicized service outages. The escalating threat is not new. It’s been steadily building up over the last few years as botnet command and control has

Leahy Reaffirms Strong Support of Warrants for Content, CDT :: Keyword: [ECPA] Senator Leahy, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has released a manager’s amendment that reaffirms the underlying premise of the legislation that the Judiciary Committee will mark up on Thursday: Law enforcement officials need a warrant in order to access the contents of electronic communications. (A section-by-section summary of the manager’s amendment is here.) If the

Leahy pledges no warrantless e-mail access for feds, CNET :: Keyword: [ECPA] Privacy groups cautiously applaud, but are concerned about a requirement that would force Internet companies to notify police before letting customers know they're under surveillance

NIST Publishes Methods to Manage Risk in the Federal ICT Supply Chain, NIST :: Keyword: [NIST] The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has published the final version of Notional Supply Chain Risk Management Practices for Federal Information Systems. This guide offers an array of supply chain assurance methods to ...

Protect Your Data From Fire And Floods, Forbes :: Keyword: [Reliability] Taking time out from furiously stuffing turkey into my mouth to answer a quick question from the mailbox.

69% of Mobile Phone Users Get Text Spam, Pew :: Keyword: [Can Spam Act] You hear the text message alert ping, scramble to find your phone, only to find that the message is from an unknown number and the message is asking you to click on a link or text back.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

11.20 :: More Agree :: a List of Objections :: Still in Limbo :: Eskinder Nega :: Extensive Public Criticism :: Catastrophic Failure ::

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Federal Internet Law and Policy :: An Educational Project

Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. – George Bernard Shaw

CDT, Scholars, Technologists and More Agree: ISPs Shouldn’t Have Right to Edit the Net, CDT :: Keyword: [Neutral] Is MetroPCS the publisher of your tweets? Is Verizon’s FiOS Internet service a newspaper? They seem to think so. In their pending challenge to the FCC’s Open Internet Rules, Verizon and MetroPCS argued that the Rules violate their purported First Amendment right to exercise “editorial discretion” over their customers’ Internet access. Yesterday, CDT and other friends of the court (not to mention friends of the Internet) filed briefs rebutting this dangerous assertion.

Amicus brief filed in the Verizon v. FCC case by ISP fellows, Yale ISP :: Keyword: [Neutral] Last week, the semester-long efforts of ISP fellows Anjali Dalal, Erica Newland, Josh Weinger, and Albert Wong manifested in an amicus brief filed in the Verizon v. FCC case, currently in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals. The brief, filed by the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) on behalf of a number of First Amendment scholars (and members of the ISP family), urges the court to

New net names to face objections, BBC :: Keyword: [Icann] Governments are to file a list of objections to Icann's proposed new internet address endings.

Dissecting the strawman: ICANN’s 11th Hour Trademark policy negotiations, IGP :: Keyword: [ICANN] On November 15-16 2012, ICANN organized a meeting in Los Angeles to consider the implementation of the Trademark Clearinghouse for new top level domains. Pressure by trademark and business interests, however, expanded the scope of the meeting to consider 8 demands to strengthen trademark protections in new top level domains. The letter with the 8 demands was sent to the

ICANN's 11th-Hour Domain Name Trademark Policy Negotiations: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, Circleid :: Keyword: [ICANN] ICANN organized a meeting on 15-16 November 2012 in Los Angeles, the Trademark Clearinghouse policy negotiations, to consider the 8-point policy requests sent by the Intellectual Property and Business Constituencies (IPC-BC) to the ICANN board and senior staff in a letter of 16 October 2012. ICANN's Non-Commercial Stakeholders Group (NCSG) sent a response to the IPC-BC letter on

Report Reveals Planned DNSSEC Adoption of 2010 by Key Industries Still in Limbo, CircleID :: Keyword: [DNSSEC] A recent progress report on DNSSEC adoption reveals the extent to which organizations in a number of industries are falling short of their own objectives for making Domain Name Server (DNS) infrastructure more secure. The progress report, conducted by Secure64 Software Corporation, is a follow-up to a 2010 study by Forrester Research titled, "DNSSEC Ready for Prime Time," which

Rockefeller on Online Sales Tax, Senate Commerce Committee :: Keyword: [Tax] Chairman John D. (Jay) Rockefeller IV today gave an opening statement at the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation hearing titled "Marketplace Fairness: Leveling the Playing Field for Small Business."

Journalism is Not Terrorism: Calling on Ethiopia to #FreeEskinder Nega, EFF :: Keyword: [Ethiopia] Eskinder Nega, an award-winning journalist who has been imprisoned for over a year, appeared briefly in court to appeal the terrorism charges levied against him. Eskinder has unwaveringly denied the charges, maintaining that blogging about human rights abuses and democracy is not a form of terrorism. In July, Eskinder was

UNESCO warns ITU on regulating Internet, LIRNasia :: Keyword: [ITU] UNESCO and ITU have formed the Broadband Commission. Now in an unprecedented intervention the UNESCO’s Director for Freedom of Expression and Media Development, Professor Guy Berger, has warned ITU that the amended ITR will not only “threaten freedom of expression” but may also “incur extensive public criticism that could impact upon the UN more broadly.”

Latest WCIT Leak Makes Explicit Russian Desire to Overturn ICANN, Tech Lib Front :: Keyword: [ITU] On Friday evening, I posted on CNET a detailed analysis of the most recent proposal to surface from the secretive upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications, WCIT 12. The conference will discuss updates to a 1988 UN treaty administered by the International Telecommunications Union, and throughout the year there have been reports that both governmental and

Internet Governance Should Not be Taken Over by the ITU, ITIF :: Keyword: [ITU] n response to the Internet Governance Hearing, ITIF Senior Analyst Daniel Castro released the following statement: 

Battle for Internet Control Looms Over ITU Meet , Guatemala Times :: Keyword: [ITU] A battle for the control of the Internet threatens to overshadow the forthcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12) to be held in Dubai from December 3 to 14.

The real work starts after WCIT, ITU :: Keyword: [ITU] The really important part of the World Conference on International Telecommunications 2012 (WCIT-12) is not the Internet battles that have caught the interest of the press – it’s what will happen after the conference has ended.

The Disaster Will Be Tweeted, IPLJ :: Keyword: [News] On Monday night, October 29, Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc across the Atlantic Seaboard. The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange, the world’s largest stock exchange, dr‧

Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants, CNET :: Keyword: [Big Brother] Proposed law scheduled for a vote next week originally increased Americans' e-mail privacy. Then law enforcement complained. Now it increases government access to e-mail and other digital files.

Israeli Military To Citizens: Don't Facebook, Tweet, Instagram Rocket-Hit Locations, Huffpo :: Keyword: [Cyberwar] Location metadata stored on Twitter and other social media are feared by Israeli officials to be assisting Hamas' efforts and counter-attacks.

Anonymous declares 'cyberwar' on Israel, CNN :: Keyword: [Cyberwar] In the digital age, war isn't contained to the ground.

Anonymous escalates its 'cyberwar' against Israel, CNET :: Keyword: [Cyberwar] The hacking collective's latest campaign against Israel escalates, with defacements of Microsoft Israel Web sites and the publication of alleged donors to a pro-Israel group

Hurricane Sandy leaves wounded servers in its wake, CW :: Keyword: [Hurricanes] Data recovery experts have been kept busy in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, which left a slew of data centers underwater, damaging equipment and threatening a significant loss of business-critical data.

After Sandy, Verizon Confronts ‘Catastrophic Failure’ at NY Cable Vault, Data Center Knowledge :: Keyword: [Hurricanes] When SuperStorm Sandy sent a storm surge into lower Manhattan, the flooding caused a "catastrophic failure" in a cable vault beneath Verizon's central office on Broad Street. The Verge provides a closer look at the damage.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Industrial Era Education in an Information Age

It is a frustrating time to be a technologist and a parent.... watching the train wreck that is our educational system.  Our educational system was developed over 100 years ago, on an assembly line model, designed as a student sorter, and instilling industrial era skills into information era future students.  We are training children in skills that are already obsolete. And we are teaching our children with teachers who continue to refuse to use and teach information technology.  We are spending years educating students that are already being left behind the day that they graduate by the employment market.

Technologist Alex Howard recently interviewed MIT research professor Andrew McAfee about the future of employment and education.

Dont think all this is true?  Go back and watch Watson pummel his opponents in the Jeopardy competition.  Consider that driverless cars are just on the horizon, and the tremendous number of jobs that will be displaced in 10 years when this is mainstream.  Think about how information brokers like travel agents, recommendation companies, news media, and encyclopedias have had their business models utterly disrupted. 

While employment markets have transformed before, humans have always had one thing that could not be replicated: their brains.  That's not nearly as unique as it use to be.  Is this a crisis?  Employment markets have indeed transformed before.  But it is time to seriously reconsider what and how we are educating our youth.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

[Event] The Digital Broadband Migration: The Future of Internet-Enabled Innovation

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The Digital Broadband Migration: The Future of Internet-Enabled Innovation 
Sunday, February 10 - Monday, February 11, 2013
University of Colorado Law School, Room 101
CLE: 12 General Credits
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The future of Internet-driven innovation remains a difficult topic to assess. Some trends, including the increasing importance of wireless platforms, are not hard to spot, but many of the game-changing technologies and trends are likely to surprise us. We do know that the dynamics around competition and innovation in the Internet space will raise a series of policy, business, and technical issues that will challenge the ability of 20th century institutions to keep up.


In this conference, we will look ahead at innovation in the Internet environment, taking a hard look at three policy dimensions that are getting increasing attention. First, we will examine the forces and strategies around how to enable interoperability and interconnection in the Internet Protocol-based environment. This examination will ask how issues traditionally addressed by telecommunications regulation-the physical connection of networks and the oversight of voice communications will be handled in a world where some of the most important network connections (say, Internet backbone networks) and voice interoperability (say between Voice over IP providers) are outside the scope of today's regulatory regime.


Second, we will discuss the emerging competitive forces, battles, and policy responses in the Internet space, evaluating the role not only of traditional competition policy on the part of antitrust authorities and telecommunications regulation, but also the role of intellectual property rights. Finally, we will evaluate how and whether wireless communications will facilitate innovation and competition in a wireless broadband environment where the opportunities for access to spectrum, both licensed and unlicensed, are far from determined.


Sunday, February 10, 2013


Welcome 9:00am - 9:05am

Phil Weiser


University of Colorado Law School

Executive Director

Silicon Flatirons Center


Tech Tutorial Backdrop: Future Technological Trends and Their Impact 9:05am - 10:05am

Michael Gallagher

President and CEO

Entertainment Software Association

Dale Hatfield

Senior Fellow

Silicon Flatirons Center

Adjunct Professor

University of Colorado

Douglas Sicker

DBC Endowed Professor, Computer Science and Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program

University of Colorado

Jack Waters

Chief Technology Officer

Level 3 Communications



Phil Weiser


University of Colorado Law School


Opening Address 10:05am - 10:25am

Larry Strickling

Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information

National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

U.S. Department of Commerce


Opening Panel: The Digital Broadband Migration In The Next Decade 10:25am - 11:45am

Brad Feld

Managing Director

Foundry Group

Jared Grusd

General Counsel


Maureen Ohlhausen


Federal Trade Commission

Carl Shapiro

Professor, Department of Economics

University of California-Berkeley Haas School of Business

Former Member of the Council of Economic Advisors

Gigi B. Sohn

President and Co-Founder

Public Knowledge

Senior Adjunct Fellow, Silicon Flatirons Center



Phil Weiser


University of Colorado Law School

Executive Director

Silicon Flatirons Center


Lunch (on your own) 11:45am - 1:00pm


Interconnection Policy For The Internet Age 1:00pm - 3:00pm


Joe Waz

Senior Fellow

Silicon Flatirons Center

Former Senior Vice President

Comcast Corporation



Mark Cooper

Research Director

Consumer Federation of America

Senior Adjunct Fellow, Silicon Flatirons Center

Zac Katz

Chief of Staff

Federal Communications Commission

Jim Speta

Professor of Law

Northwestern University



Len Cali

Senior Vice President, Global Public Policy


Lynn Charatyn

Vice President


Leslie Harris

President and CEO

Center for Democracy and Technology

Senior Adjunct Fellow, Silicon Flatirons Center


Keynote Address 3:00pm - 3:40pm

Randall L. Stephenson

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer



Break 3:40pm - 3:55pm


The Wireless Future: Industry Structure and The Impact of Spectrum Policy 3:55pm - 5:25pm


Pierre de Vries

Senior Adjunct Fellow

Silicon Flatirons Center



Gregory Rosston

Senior Research Scholar and Deputy Director

Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)

Hal Varian

Chief Economist




Kathryn C. Brown

Senior Vice President, Public Policy & Corporate Responsibility


Brad Burnham


Union Square Ventures

Chris Guttman-McCabe

Vice President, Regulatory Affairs

Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association


Keynote Address 5:25pm - 6:05pm

Julius Genachowski (invited)


Federal Communications Commission


Reception 6:05pm - 7:05pm


Monday, February 11, 2013


Welcome 9:00am - 9:05am

Phil Weiser


University of Colorado Law School

Executive Director

Silicon Flatirons Center


Opening Keynote Address 9:05am - 9:45am

Jon Leibowitz (invited)


Federal Trade Commission


Competition Policy For the Internet Age 9:45am - 11:45am


Jon Nuechterlein





Susan Athey

Professor of Economics

Harvard University

Tim Bresnahan

Landau Professor in Technology and the Economy

Stanford University

Mark Lemley

William H. Neukom Professor of Law

Stanford University

Howard Shelanski

Chief Economist, Bureau of Economics

Federal Trade Commission



Dorothy Attwood

Senior Vice President

Walt Disney Company

Stephen Williams

Circuit Judge

U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit


Closing Keynote Address 11:45am - 12:25pm

Glenn A. Britt

Chairman and CEO

Time Warner Cable Inc.


Lunch Reception 12:25pm - 1:25pm

Upcoming Events 

Crash Course: Effective Startup and Emerging Company Boards presented by Joe Zell, General Partner, Grotech Ventures

Thursday, November 15, 2012; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Light Refreshments at 6:00 and Reception to Follow
University of Colorado Law School, Room 204

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Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Wendy Lea, CEO, Get Satisfaction

Monday, December 3, 2012; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Reception to Follow
University of Colorado, ATLAS, Room 100

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Crash Course: Data Security and Privacy presented by Jason Haislmaier, Partner, Bryan Cave

Wednesday, December 5, 2012; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Light Refreshments at 6:00 and Reception to Follow
University of Colorado Law School, Room 301

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Conference: The Technology of Privacy

Friday, January 11, 2013
University of Colorado Law School, Room 101

CLE: Credit Available

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Crash Course: Angel Term Sheet Gotchas

Tuesday, January 22, 2013; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Light Refreshments at 6:00 and Reception to Follow
University of Colorado Law School, Room 301

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Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Jeremy Bloom, Co-Founder, Integrate

Tuesday, January 29, 2013; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Reception to Follow
University of Colorado Law School, Room 101

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Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Bart Lorang, CEO and Co-Founder, FullContact

Wednesday, February 27, 2013; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Reception to Follow
University of Colorado, ATLAS, Room 100

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Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Ken Tuchman, CEO and Chairman, TeleTech

Thursday, March 7, 2013; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Reception to Follow
University of Colorado Law School, Room 101

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Entrepreneurs Unplugged: David Cohen, Founder and CEO, TechStars

Monday, May 20, 2013; 6:15 - 7:45 PM; Reception to Follow
University of Colorado, ATLAS, Room 100

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