The Personal Democracy Forum is the world's largest and best known conference on the intersection of technology and politics. For the sixth year, more than 1,000 top opinion makers, political practitioners, technologists and journalists will come together to network, exchange ideas, and explore how technology and the Internet are changing politics, democracy, and society. Join us at Jazz at Lincoln Center (Broadway and 60th St.) for two uniquely stimulating and inspiring days of keynotes, breakouts and networking.
We're proud to announce our newest keynote speaker, Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City.
Mayor Bloomberg will give a keynote speech on how technology is improving government.
This year's conference will feature keynoters:
For a complete list of our speakers, please click here.
For more details about the breakout sessions, click here.
Click here to see our sponsors for PdF 2009.
We apologize but we have reach capacity for journalists coming to PdF 2009.
Students that want to attend PdF 2009 can receive a substantial discount! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to receive discount code.
Check out our video from 2008 to see what to expect more of in 2009
Past speakers have included:
Click on speakers with a icon to watch his or her video from past PdF conferences.