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  • Communicators with Barry Lynn
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    Communicators with Barry Lynn

    Barry Lynn, who heads the Open Markets Institute (OMI), talked about his organization, which studies the size and power of companies that look like monopolies. He said the companies that concern him most are…

  • Communicators with Jonathan Spalter
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    Communicators with Jonathan Spalter

    Jonathan Spalter talked about communications issues, including developing 5G, expansion of broadband through the U.S., and USTelecom’s view that government needs to help build out into…

  • Communicators on Social Media Regulation
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    Communicators on Social Media Regulation

    Berin Szoka, Tech Freedom president, and Harold Feld, Public Knowledge senior vice president, talked about whether social media needs regulation and, if so, what type of regulation. They…

  • Communicators with Thomas Hazlett
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    Communicators with Thomas Hazlett

    Thomas Hazlett talked about the history of wireless spectrum regulation and his book, The Political Spectrum. He suggested that regulation actually held back spectrum development and…

  • Communicators with Louis Rossetto
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    Communicators with Louis Rossetto

    Louis Rossetto, co-founder and former editor-in-chief of WIRED Magazine, talked about founding the publication. Topics included the impact Wired as had, the early days of the internet, and his firing…

  • Communicators with Mark Mills
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    Communicators with Mark Mills

    Mark Mills, co-founder of Digital Power Capital, talked about Work in the Age of Robots. In his new book he suggests that despite aritificial intelligence and automation, the job sector is…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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. He also talked…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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.

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