The Net’s Next 5: Round-up
Last week, we reached out to the Executive Members of IADAS to hear what they had to say about the biggest challenge facing the Internet during the next five years.
We’ve seen close to 100 responses so far about a variety of different topics.
- In light of the recent elections, during which every pro-net neutrality candidate lost, it’s understandable that it ranks first as the biggest concern about the Internet’s future.
- Tina Roth Eisenberg’s tweet about copyright infringement was one of the most popular responses,with more than 20 retweets and even more responses.
- John Battelle’s concerned about “the walled garden” is one I (and lots of others) share and something I hope we can talk more about.
- We also received some answers that referred more to the existential nature of the Internet…
If you haven’t contributed yet, we’d love to hear from you! What do you think the Net’s top challenges are to solve by 2015? What do you want the Internet to look like in 2015? What challenges do we need to tackle and solve to make it live up to its full potential?
To participate, all you have to do is tweet, blog, email or share your response to the question in some way online. For those of you contributing on Twitter, don’t forget to use the hashtag #next5 so others can follow the conversation