Internet Governance in Developing Countries: A Conversation with Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda

Monday, December 16, 2013
Speakers
Daniel Sepulveda

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs

Presiders
Karen Kornbluh

Senior Fellow for Digital Policy, Council on Foreign Relations

This meeting of the Roundtable Series on Digital Policy discusses U.S. efforts to work with countries in the developing world on increasing their connectivity, content, and capacity to participate in global efforts to safeguard the open Internet.

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