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    Internet and Smart Technology

    The Center for Strategic and International Studies held a discussion on the intersection of smart technology and the Internet known as the *"Internet of Things." Speakers from Amazon,…

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    Government and Cybersecurity

    Michael Daniel talked about government actions to improve cybersecurity. Topics included the roles of the government and private sector in preventing cyber attacks. br/…

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    President Obama on Internet Access in U.S. Classrooms

    President Obama talked about education as part of the administration’s ConnectED Initiative, which is aimed at increasing access to broadband Internet access in U.S. classrooms.

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    Net Neutrality

    Paul Barbagallo talked about President Obama’s request to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for rules to preserve “net neutrality."* "Net neutrality,” also…

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    Wireless Technology and Policy

    The Progressive Policy Institute held a discussion on the wireless technology challenges for Federal Communications Commission (FCC). FCC Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Chief Roger…

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    Internet Policy

    Panelists talked about evolving challenges to Internet communications across national boundaries for international trade, governments, and private citizens. They focused on issues…

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    Communicators on Media Mergers

    Michael Copps and Robert McDowell talked about media merger proposals, including the proposed AT&T-DirecTV merger and the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger. They discussed the…

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    Future of Getting Lost

    Panelists talked about the use of technology in disaster relief, finding lost airliners and people, and the desirability of getting lost. Panelists included New York Times travel…

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    Riley v. California Commentary, Part 2

    Mike Doyle talked about the outcome and long-term effects of the case Riley v. California, a U.S. Supreme Court case about whether police must obtain a search warrant before looking at data…

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    Riley v. California Commentary, Part 1

    Mike Doyle gave background of the case Riley v. California, a U.S. Supreme Court case about whether police must obtain a search warrant before looking at data on a cell phone after a person…

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    Cell Phones and Consumer Protection

    Witnesses testified about the practice of “cramming” wireless phone bills, in which consumers are charged for unauthorized third-party services. Terrell McSweeny,…

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    Enabling Nationwide 911 Texting Services

    Federal Communications Commission held an open meeting during which the commissioners discussed requiring all wireless companies to allow cell phone users to send texts to 9-1-1 emergency…

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    Wireless Technology and Public Safety

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) held an open meeting on the rules governing the construction, marking, and lighting of antenna towers. They approved changes meant to help…

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    Telecommunications Legislation

    Three members of Congress talked about telecommunications and technology legislation they sponsored and issues that concern them on those topics. Representative Bob Latta (R-OH) talked…

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    Internet Privacy and National Security Agency Surveillance

    Representative Ted Poe (R-TX) and other digital privacy advocates talked about federal privacy laws. Representative Poe co-sponsored legislation that would reform the Electronic…

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    Communicators with Kevin Werbach, Matt Wood, and Randolph May

    Kevin Werbach, Matt Wood, and Randolph May talked about the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed rules that could allow Internet service providers to charge content companies…

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    Supreme Court Ruling on Cell Phone Privacy

    Thomson Reuters correspondent Lawrence Hurley spoke by phone about the Supreme Court decision in Riley v. California to protect cell phone privacy.

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    Communicators with Michael Powell

    Michael Powell talked about 2014's key telecommunications issues, including net neutrality, spectrum auctions, the rapid pace of change in telecommunications resulting from technology…

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    Communication Network Updates

    Internet industry experts testified on the implications of updating copper wire-based telephone service to Internet-based networks, also known as Internet protocol (IP)…

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    NSA Surveillance Overhaul Legislation

    CQ-Roll Call reporter Rob Margetta previewed the Senate Select Intelligence Committee hearing on legislation to overhaul the nation’s surveillance programs. The proposed reforms…

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