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    Communicators with Representative Greg Walden

    Representative Greg Walden (R-OR), chair of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, talked about his opposition to Federal Communications Commission…

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    Communicators with Kelly Ahuja and Ulf Ewaldsson

    Kelly Ahuja and Ulf Ewaldsson talked about the networks on which the Internet, mobile phone networks, and cloud technology are built and how Cisco and Ericsson operate. They were…

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    Communicators with Michael Powell

    Michael Powell discussed his opposition to the new rules Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Tom Wheeler proposed the previous week to ensure net neutrality. He agreed that…

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    Communicators with Gigi Sohn

    Federal Communications Commission (FCC) counsel Gigi Sohn talked about Chair Tom Wheeler’s proposed rules to ensure net neutrality. His proposal called for regulating the…

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    Communicators with Chris Riley and Hank Hultquist

    Chris Riley of Mozilla and Hank Hultquist of AT&T talked about net neutrality and other technology issues.  They were interviewed at the 2015 International CES, a consumer electronics…

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    Communicators with Ajit Pai

    Commissioner Ajit Pai talked about some of the key issues before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), including the debate over net neutrality and whether to reclassify broadband as…

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    Communicators with Gary Shapiro, Mark Fields, and Michael O'Rielly

    Gary Shapiro, Mark Fields, and Michael O’Reilly talked about developments in consumer technology in 2015. They were interviewed at the 2015 International CES, a consumer electronics…

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    Communicators with Martin Cooper

    Martin Cooper, the inventor of the cellular phone, talked about wireless spectrum needs. Martin Cooper invented the first portable cell phone in 1973. He analyzes spectrum issues and…

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    Communication Technology Issues for 2015

    Technology journalists, Brian Fung, Brendan Sasso and Kate Tummarello talked about the big technology policy issues of 2014 and what they expected in 2015. Topics discussed were net…

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    Communicators with Amy Mitchell

    Amy Mitchell talked about political polarization and its relationship with media-viewing habits. She discussed a recent study from the Pew Research Center that showed committed…

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    Communicators with Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson

    Craig Moffett and Michael Nathanson discussed the effect of video streaming on cable, satellite, and broadcast television. They discussed the development of web-streaming content by CBS…

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    Communicators with Mary Gray

    Mary Gray talked about the ethical questions raised by personal data collection on the Internet and how those data are being used for commercial and academic purposes. Ms. Gray is…

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    Communicators with Kim Zetter

    Kim Zetter talked by remote video from San Francisco about the Stuxnet computer worm, which she called the “first digital weapon.” Stuxnet, which was discovered in June 2010,…

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    Communicators with Peter Thiel

    Peter Thiel, the co-creator of PayPal and Palantir, talked by remote video about his book Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future , and about creating groundbreaking tech…

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    Communicators with Tim Hwang

    Tim Hwang talked about his company FiscalNote, which uses data mining and artificial intelligence to predict what is likely to happen with legislation in Congress and state…

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    Communicators with Tim Wu

    Timothy Wu, who coined the phrase “net neutrality,” talked about technology issues and the debate over how to manage the Internet. The Federal Communications Commission…

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    Communicators with Christopher Yoo

    Law professor Christopher Yoo talked about the debate over how to ensure an open Internet. In January 2014, a federal appeals court ruled the Federal Communications Commission’s…

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    Communicators with Aneesh Chopra

    Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra talked about his book, Innovative State: How New Technologies Can Transform Government, which explores how the nation can harness…

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    Communicators with Meredith Attwell Baker

    Meredith Attwell Baker talked about telecommunications issues, including spectrum auctions, the debate over net neutrality rules, cramming, among others. Ms. Baker, a previous…

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    Technology and the 2014 Elections

    Stu Trevelyan and Chuck DeFeo talked about how technology was being used in the campaigns of the 2014 midterm elections. Topics included how ads target individuals through television…

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