We’ve put together some great policy panels for next year’s SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP to get in the final conference program!

Please vote for us and help bring free-market ideas to Austin’s annual gathering of technologists, activists and entrepreneurs.

Panels featuring R Streeters:

Global Ecosystems and the Policies that Support Them: CLICK TO VOTE!

  • Featuring: Melissa Blaustein, founder and CEO, Allied for Startups;
  • Zach Graves, tech policy program director and senior fellow, R Street Institute;
  • David McCabe, technology reporter, Axios; and
  • U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas.

How Scientology and Porn Shaped the Internet: CLICK TO VOTE!

  • Featuring: Sasha Moss, technology policy manager, R Street Institute;
  • Christian Dawson, co-founder and executive director, Internet Infrastructure Coalition (i2C); and
  • Aaron Perzanowski, professor of law, Case Western Law School.
  • Katie Oyama, Google.

RoboCop: Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Criminal Justice? CLICK TO VOTE!

  • Featuring: Arthur Rizer, national security and justice policy director, R Street Institute;
  • Ryan Calo, assistant professor, University of Washington School of Law;
  • Heather West, senior policy manager, Americas principal, Mozilla; and
  • Vikrant Reddy, senior research fellow, Charles Koch Institute.

Virtual Reality Codes of Conduct in the Virtual Wild West: CLICK TO VOTE!

  • Featuring: Anne Hobson, associate fellow in technology policy, R Street Institute;
  • James Hairston, head of public policy, Oculus;
  • Alexis Kramer, legal editor, Bloomberg BNA; and
  • Matthew Schruers, adjunct professor of law, Georgetown University Law Center.

We’ve also put together a great list of policy panels from our friends! 

If you have any panels you’d like us to add to this list, please email Sasha Moss: