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"Email -- Should the Sender Pay?": EFF Fundraiser, Debate,Between Esther Dyson and Danny O'Brien
From: "David Farber" <dave () farber net>
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2006 17:39:45 -0400



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--- Begin Message --- From: Esther Dyson <edyson () edventure com>
Date: Sat, 15 Apr 2006 16:24:28 -0400
for IP -

Come hear at least two sides of the many-sided story. It's a bit ironic that this event is being held as an EFF fundraiser, but never mind. Those who don't agree with AOL's position can donate their money to their own favorite cause.

Esther Dyson

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* "Email -- Should the Sender Pay?": EFF Fundraiser, Debate
Between Esther Dyson and Danny O'Brien

In light of AOL's adopting a "certified" email system, EFF
is hosting a debate on the future of email. With
distinguished entrepreneur Mitch Kapor moderating, EFF
Activist Coordinator Danny O'Brien and renowned tech expert
Esther Dyson will discuss the potential consequences if
people have to pay to send email. Would the Internet
deteriorate as a platform for free speech? Would spam or
phishing decline?

WHEN:
Thursday, April 20th, 2006
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

WHAT:

"Email - Should the Sender Pay?"

 RSVP to events () eff org

WHO:

Danny O'Brien

Danny O'Brien is the Activist Coordinator for the EFF. His
job is to help our membership in making their voice heard:
in government and regulatory circles, in the marketplace,
and with the wider public. Danny has documented and fought
for digital rights in the UK for over a decade, where he
also assisted in building tools of open democracy like Fax
Your MP. He co-edits the award-winning NTK newsletter, has
written and presented science and travel shows for the BBC,
and has performed a solo show about the Net in the London's
West End.

Esther Dyson

Esther Dyson is editor of  Release 1.0, CNET's quarterly
technology-industry newsletter, and host of its PC Forum,
the high-tech market's leading annual executive conference.
She sold her business, EDventure Holdings, to CNET Networks
in early 2004. Previously, she had co-owned EDventure and
written/edited Release 1.0 since 1983.  She was also an
early board member of EFF and its chairman from July 1995
to January 1998 and was founding chairman of ICANN
(1998-2000). The author of the book "Release 2.0: A design
for living in the digital age," which suggested a sender-pays
model for e-mail in 1997, Dyson also recently wrote a New York
Times op-ed called "You've Got Goodmail," supporting a voluntary
recipient-charges/sender-pays model for email.

Mitch Kapor

Mitchell Kapor is the President and Chair of the Open Source
Applications Foundation, a non-profit organization he
founded in 2001 to promote the development and acceptance of
high-quality application software developed and distributed
using open source methods and licenses. He is widely known
as the founder of Lotus Development Corporation and the
designer of Lotus 1-2-3, the "killer application" which made
the personal computer ubiquitous in the business world in
the 1980's. In 1990, Kapor co-founded EFF.

WHERE:
Roxie Film Center
3117 16th Street, San Francisco
(between Valencia and Guerrero)
Tel: (415) 863-1087

See the link below for a map:
http://www.roxie.com/directions.cfm

Local Muni are the 22 and 53 (both at 16th & Valencia), 33
(18th & Valencia), 14 (16th & Mission), 49 (16th & Mission).
BART stops one block east at 16th & Mission.

Public Parking is available on Hoff Street, off of 16th
between Valencia and Mission at very reasonable rates.

This fundraiser is open to the general public. The suggested
donation is $20. Wear you EFF t-shirt and your suggested donation
plummets to just $10!
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

Please RSVP to events () eff org

Adaptive Path is the generous sponsor of this fundraising
event. Founded in 2001, Adaptive Path is a leading user
experience consulting, research, and training firm that has
provided services to a range of clients, including Fortune
100 corporations, pure-Web startups, and established
nonprofit organizations. The company is headquartered in San
Francisco. To learn more about Adaptive Path, visit the
company website at:
http://www.adaptivepath.com

For more information on this event:
www.eff.org/bayff

To learn more about the DearAOL campaign against AOL's
planned system:
http://www.dearaol.com

For Esther Dyson's editorial, "You've Got Goodmail":
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/03/17/opinion/17dyson.htm










Esther Dyson              Always make new mistakes!
Editor, Release 1.0

CNET Networks
20th floor - last elevator
104 Fifth Avenue (at 16th Street)
New York, NY 10011    USA

+1 (212) 924-8800

models for e-mail debate, April 20, at http://www.eff.org/bayff
Flight School: Air, June 15-16, at http://www.release1-0.com/events
current status (with pictures!) at http://www.flickr.com/photos/edyson/
book: Release 2.0 (Broadway Books)






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