October 2017

Join us for a talk on the future of internet and tech policy with Chris Riley, Mozilla

We are thrilled to host Chris Riley (@mchrisriley) Director of Public Policy, Mozilla for a conversation about the future of internet policy, tech policy, and governance.

“CATS” represents the next 2–10 years of complex tech policy debates: Competition, Algorithms, Tracking, & Security. These issues don’t include everything in policy,...

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Join us for a conversation on the role of digital literacy, it's affect on info access and the formation of political opinion

We are excited to welcome Dr. Bianca Reisdorf for a conversation about her upcoming paper titled, Internet Activity, Skills and Political Opinion Formation.

Join us on Thursday, October 19 at 1:30pm for a discussion on digital literacy and political opinion the premise of Dr. Bianca (Bibi) Reisdorf's research and paper.

"Little is known about how different levels of digital engagement and digital literacy affect if and how people find information on politics, and how this affects the...

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Join us for a Fireside Chat on the Future of Broadband, Competition, and the FCC with Tom Wheeler, former FCC Chairman

Please join us for a conversation on Why Telco Policy is Relevant to Everything and All of Us moderated by Broadband and Digital Equity Advocate Anne Schwieger with esteemed guest former FCC chairman and Shorenstein Fellow, Tom Wheeler.

A great deal of important progress was made in recent years to advance pro-consumer telco policy at the federal level.  It appears that gains of recent years may be somewhat diminished in the near term. While this potential diminution occurs, we can be sure that technological advances and...

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