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  • Communicators with Jonathan Adelstein
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    Communicators with Jonathan Adelstein

    Jonathan Adelstein, president of the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA), talked about 5G and small-cell technology. WIA builds the cell towers and other technologies needed for the next generation of mobile communications.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators299 views
  • Communicators with Victoria Espinel and Nuala OConnor
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    Communicators with Victoria Espinel and Nuala O'Connor

    Victoria Espinel and and Nuala O'Connor, respectively the presidents and CEOs of BSA-The Software Alliance and the Center for Democracy and Technology, talked about the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP). They discussed its effect on the U.S., and how technology companies such as Google and Facebook and others protect data around the world. The privacy rules took effect May 25, 2018.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators296 views
  • Communicators with Syed Kamall
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    Communicators with Syed Kamall

    Syed Kamall, a member of the European Parliament, talked about European Union (EU) technology policy issues. Topics included the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) privacy regulations of concern to some U.S.-based companies, and the impact of the U.K.'s exit from the EU (also known as "Brexit" on technology developments.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators293 views
  • Communicators with Tina Pidgeon and Christopher Dietrich
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    Communicators with Tina Pidgeon and Christopher Dietrich

    GCI General Counsel Tina Pidgeon and Christopher Dietrich, of the Alaska Collaborative for Telemedicine Telehealth talked about about how telecommunications and medical services are provided in a large state such as Alaska.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators330 views
  • Communicators with Morgan Reed
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    Communicators with Morgan Reed

    App Association President Morgan Reed talked about concerns related to privacy, cybersecurity, and the ability of app developers to create apps. The App Association represents some 5,000 app developers. Topics included the new European privacy rules, and a broadening array of efforts in U.S. states to develop privacy laws. ... Reed also discussed a case accepted by the Supreme Court for the 2018-19 term on whether Apple has a monopoly on app sales. July 2018 was the 10th anniversary of Apple's App Store, which has 500 million weekly visitors.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators268 views
  • Communicators with Jeremy Bailenson
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    Communicators with Jeremy Bailenson

    Jeremy Bailenson, a Stanford University professor who runs the institution's Virtual Human Interaction Lab, talked about virtual reality and its potential impact on society.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators398 views
  • Communicators with Cory Bennett and Bryan Bender
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    Communicators with Cory Bennett and Bryan Bender

    Politico reporters Cory Bennett and Bryan Bender discussed their investigation piece "How China Acquires 'The Crown Jewels' of U.S. Technology" and congressional efforts to tighten controls through the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators324 views
  • Communicators with Michael ORielly
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    Communicators with Michael O'Rielly

    FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly (R) talked about communications issues in 2018, including how the internet will operate now that net neutrality rules have ended, efforts to rethink children's programming rules, and a possible surge in corporate mergers after a federal court allowed a merger between AT&T and Time Warner.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators299 views
  • Communicators Roundtable on ATTTime Warner Merger
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    Communicators Roundtable on AT&T-Time Warner Merger

    Diana Moss and Joshua Wright talked about the June 12, 2018, federal court ruling allowing AT&T to merge with Time Warner. The two antitrust analysts believe the ruling was narrowly written and would not affect other merger efforts.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators486 views
  • Communicators with Tom Wheeler
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    Communicators with Tom Wheeler

    Former Federal Communications Commission Chair Tom Wheeler (D) talked about the end of net neutrality, his signature achievement, June 11. Net neutrality refers to Obama administration rules regulating the internet like a public utility and prohibiting internet service providers from blocking or charging websites for higher quality delivery to consumers. The current Republican-led FCC voted to replace net neutrality with Federal Trade Commission regulation.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators334 views
  • Communicators with Matt Polka and Andrew Petersen
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    Communicators with Matt Polka and Andrew Petersen

    American Cable Association CEO Matthew Polka and TDS Telecom Senior Vice President Andrew Petersen talked about the future of the cable and internet industries and issues facing small and medium-sized and rural cable and video providers.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators327 views
  • Communicators with Brendan Carr
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    Communicators with Brendan Carr

    FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr (R) talked about changes in regulating the internet slated for summer 2018. He also discussed efforts to move to 5G, for which he is the FCC's point person, and media mergers. 5G was expected to make smartphones show video more quickly and will be needed for the "internet of things," self-driving cars, and use of virtual reality.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators310 views
  • Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon Part 2
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    Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon, Part 2

    "The Communicators visited a Capitol Hill "hackathon"seminar in which congressional staffers and employees from government agencies and outside groups brainstorm about how to use technology to open up congressional services and records to more Americans. ... This was part 2 of a seminar called "The* Congressional Hackathon."

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators190 views
  • Communicators with Gigi Sohn and Robert McDowell
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    Communicators with Gigi Sohn and Robert McDowell

    Gigi Sohn and Robert McDowell talked about the proposed merger of T-Mobile and Sprint and what it means for the two companies, consumers, and the wider cellular and communications world.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators322 views
  • Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon
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    Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon

    The hackathon is a seminar in which congressional leaders, staffers, and other participants brainstorm about how to use technology to open up congressional services and records to more Americans.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators212 views
  • Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon
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    Radio: Communicators at the Congressional Hackathon

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    The hackathon is a seminar in which congressional leaders, staffers, and other participants brainstorm about how to use technology to open up congressional services and records to more Americans.

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  • Communicators with Craig Moffett
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    Communicators with Craig Moffett

    Telecommunications analyst Craig Moffett talked about the impact of telecommunication developments on the television, video, and internet industries. Some of the developments include merger efforts, 5G, and net neutrality.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators436 views
  • Communicators with Zeynep Tufekci
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    Communicators with Zeynep Tufekci

    Zeynep Tufekci, author of Twitter and Tear Gas and an associate professor of information and library science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, talked about the issues related to Facebook and other social media companies becoming "surveillance machines."

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators408 views
  • Communicators with Lee Goodman and Nuala OConnor
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    Communicators with Lee Goodman and Nuala O'Connor

    Attorney Lee Goodman and Nuala O'Connor, Center for Democracy and Technology CEO, reviewed the week's congressional hearings with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the privacy issues raised by the use of personal data of up to 87 million Americans by Cambridge Analytica.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators414 views
  • Communicators and the State of the Net Conference Part 2
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    Communicators and the State of the Net Conference, Part 2

    Assistant Homeland Security Secretary Jeanette Manfra, Kathryn Condello of CenturyLink, Zello's Bill Moore, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robert Strayer, and Sanja Kelly of Freedom House, spoke about technology, cybersecurity, and emergency preparedness while attending the "State of the Net" conference at the Newseum.

      The Communicators  C-SPAN | Communicators417 views
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