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  • 1. CONNECTED I/O
  • 2. “The Internet isn’t really a technology. It’s a belief system, a philosophy about the effectiveness of decentralized, bottom-upinnovation. And it’s a philosophy that has begunto change how we think about creativity itself.” Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab
  • 3. “The Internet isn’t really a technology. It’s a belief system, a philosophy about the effectiveness of decentralized, bottom-upinnovation. And it’s a philosophy that has begunto change how we think about creativity itself.” Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab our goal is to advance the freedom to innovate make
  • 4. “The Internet isn’t really a technology. It’s a belief system, a philosophy about the effectiveness of decentralized, bottom-upinnovation. And it’s a philosophy that has begunto change how we think about creativity itself.” Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab our goal is to advance the freedom to innovate make choose
  • 5. “The Internet isn’t really a technology. It’s a belief system, a philosophy about the effectiveness of decentralized, bottom-upinnovation. And it’s a philosophy that has begunto change how we think about creativity itself.” Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab our goal is to advance the freedom to innovate make choose solve
  • 6. “The Internet isn’t really a technology. It’s a belief system, a philosophy about the effectiveness of decentralized, bottom-upinnovation. And it’s a philosophy that has begunto change how we think about creativity itself.” Joi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab our goal is to advance the freedom to innovate make choose solve connect
  • 7. Networks ARE TRANSFORMING everything.
  • 8. Networks ARE TRANSFORMING everything. health transportation education the arts news travel banking, lending entertainmentcivic services education government etc…
  • 9. Networks ARE TRANSFORMING everything. health transportation education the arts news travel banking, lending entertainmentcivic services education government etc…empowering new ways to connect, collaborate and transact,while radically increasing efficiency and democratizing access.
  • 10. This threatens incumbents. vs. Control Empowerment Scarcity Abundance Rigidity Innovation
  • 11. Who fight back using policy & politics.Content RIAA/MPAA The Internet SOPA/PIPA/etcEducation Germany, Sweden home/unSchooling Various actionsHotels Hotel Industry AirBnB NYS Illegal Hotel LawTransportation Taxi Industry Uber DC, SF fights and on...
  • 12. We need to advance and protect this freedom at multiple layers. sharing fundingThe People Layer lending discussing teaching following open standards open spectrumThe Network Layer copyright net access privacy patents
  • 13. We need to advance and protect this freedom at multiple layers. sharing fundingThe People Layer lending discussing teaching following open standards open spectrumThe Network Layer copyright net access privacy patents to support the freedom to make, connect, and interact
  • 14. Luckily, we can win :) by playing to our strengths:Massive protest Collaborating to build Working as (SOPA/PIPA) better tools & campaigns a network
  • 15. “Net-native” advocacy
  • 16. “Net-native” advocacysupport a distributed, user-led movement
  • 17. “Net-native” advocacysupport a distributed, user-led movementbuild collaborative infrastructure & tools
  • 18. “Net-native” advocacysupport a distributed, user-led movementbuild collaborative infrastructure & tools win on information
  • 19. “Net-native” advocacysupport a distributed, user-led movementbuild collaborative infrastructure & tools win on information be viral & spreadable
  • 20. “Net-native” advocacysupport a distributed, user-led movementbuild collaborative infrastructure & tools win on information be viral & spreadable disrupt markets
  • 21. “Net-native” advocacy support a distributed, user-led movement build collaborative infrastructure & tools win on information be viral & spreadable disrupt marketswork via platforms, products, services and code
  • 22. Some ideas:
  • 23. Distributed storytelling /awesome /awesome /awesome /awesomeFind & collect the best stories & data from across the web
  • 24. Crowd-built advocacy media expand the capacity and reach of advocates harness the latent skill & interest of web makers
  • 25. Dashboard for Internet citizens issue threat level actions community-curated foundation for understanding and action
  • 26. Charter node establish “Internet Enterprise Zones” that advance the freedom to innovateand set the precedent for the economic and societal value of connected innovation
  • 27. The Freedom to Innovate agenda Issues Approach Competition and user mobility Avoid top-down regulation Standards and the “open web” Prefer peer-regulation and targeted, surgical regulation Access to customers & marketsOpen data & APIs (public and private sector) Privacy and user interest in data Balanced copyright Software / business method patent reform Unlicensed spectrum Limited intermediary liability Building the skills of the Internet Public
  • 28. Who we are Nick Grossman Beth Noveck Brad Burnham Founder Board member Board member MIT Media Lab, Professor, NYU, Partner,Code for America, OpenPlans New York Law School, MIT Union Square Ventures Fmr Deputy US CTO
  • 29. @connected_iohello@connected.io Icons: http://thenounproject.com