ReadWriteWeb is the exclusive Media Partner for an interactive debate on the future of the Web being held this coming Wednesday 11 June. The debate features Tim Berners-Lee and will be webcast live. You can submit questions for the debate - and vote on existing questions - by clicking here (see below for other options). According to the organizers, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the Semantic Web and Net Neutrality remain the most popular topics.

One emerging topic is privacy, which is timely given the recent news that researchers secretly tracked the locations of more than 100,000 people through their cell phones.

Other interesting topics include: the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the emerging Web, the harmfulness (or otherwise) of proprietary technologies to the Web, and how we can make ourselves less vulnerable to "web failure".

Submit your questions now, on RWW if you have to...

Now is your chance to submit some controversial questions :-) And if you can't be bothered signing up for an account at the debate website (there were grumblings in the last post that it doesn't have OpenID), simply leave your questions here in the comments on ReadWriteWeb -- and I will submit the best of them myself.

I am really looking forward to this event, it's a chance to discuss and argue about where the Web is headed. Mark your calendars, the debate and webcast happens on Wednesday 11 June. Berners-Lee's keynote is at 2:45 p.m. EST and the debate starts at 3:45 p.m. EST (World Clock times below).