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    Cybersecurity Innovations

    Panelists talked about the future of government cybersecurity, including innovations in cybersecurity technology and cybersecurity budgets.

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    Book Discussion on Collecting Shakespeare

    Stephen Grant talked about his book, Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger, in which he looks at Henry and Emily Folger, the collection of Shakespeare books and…

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    Book Discussion on Left Turn

    Professor Tim Groseclose sat down with Book TVto discuss his book, "Left Turn," in which he argues that there is aquantifiable liberal bias in the media today. Hesays that…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines, including a line for St. Louis area residents, were open for viewer commentary on the topic “Your View of Media Cover of Ferguson.” Hadas Gold talked by…

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    Eric Greenwald on Security Threats

    White House cybersecurity adviser Eric Greenwald talked about efforts to educate the public and businesses on ways to better secure their computer systems and share information. He…

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    Historical Accuracy of the Movie Lincoln

    Matthew Pinsker talked about Stephen Spielberg’s film, Lincoln, analyzing what was fact and what was Hollywood fiction. Professor Pinsker spoke about the historical significance…

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    Changes and Challenges in Homeland Security

    Suzanne Spaulding talked about the changes and challenges in ensuring national safety, focusing on cybersecurity and critical infrastructure. “A Look at the The Continuing Changes…

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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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    U.S. Response to ISIS

    Jeff Mason, a White House correspondent for Reuters, spoke by phone about U.S. response to the beheading of U.S. photojournalist James Foley by the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant…

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    Future of HBO

    Home Box Office chair and chief executive officer Richard Plepler explained how HBO differs from television’s typical business model. “Broadcast Empire: The TV…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    Marie Harf briefed reporters and answered questions on a variety of international issues, including an ISIL* video showing the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley. Deputy…

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    Public Broadcasting Act

    Patricia de Stacy Harrison talked about the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, which created the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) and, eventually, the Public Broadcasting Service…

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    Wikipedia and Congress

    The Cato Institute held a discussion on government transparency and Wikipedia’s potential to provide information about pending legislation. The panelists described their efforts…

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    Book Discussion on The Intel Trinity

    Michael Malone talked about his book, The Intel Trinity: How Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove Built the World’s Most Important Company, in which he looks at the rise and…

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    Slavery and Cinema

    Panelists talked about the evolution of slavery as depicted in film since the 1930s. They spoke about how filmmakers have framed the idea of slavery, how portrayals of race relations and…

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    Bullying Prevention Summit, Cyberbullying

    Panelists discussed the challenges of preventing bullying done on-line. “Cyberbullying” was the fourth plenary session of the day-long summit “Keeping Kids Safe:…

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    Media and the Asian-American Community

    Journalists who specialize in covering stories about the Asian- American community talked about the challenges in pitching stories about Asian Americans in the newsroom and covering the…

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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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    Future of the News

    Former CNN President Tom Johnson moderated a discussion on the future of news at the Atlanta Press Club’s 50th Anniversary Luncheon. Joining him were New York Times Public Editor…

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