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    Communicators with Representatives Darrell Issa and Suzan DelBene

    Representatives Darrell Issa (R-CA) and Suzan DelBene (D-WA), co-chairs of the Internet of Things Caucus, talked about technology and internet issues facing Congress and the incoming Trump…

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    Communicators with Craig Moffett

    Telecommunications markets analyst Craig Moffett talked by video from New York City about developments in the telecom sector and possible Federal Communications Commission (FCC) policy…

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    Communicators with Raj Rajkumar

    Raj Rajkumar talked about “self-driving” cars and gave a ride in the autonomous car that Carnegie Mellon University was developing. This was the second in a series of programs about changes…

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    Communicators Tour of Driverless Car Test Site

    Debra Bezzina and Huei Peng gave a tour of the Mobility Transformation Center at the University of Michigan to show how the test site, called “Mcity,” could help car companies develop wireless…

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    Communicators with Rahul Telang

    Professor Rahul Telang talked about how data collection has affected the book, movie, music, and television industries. Companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Google have amassed large amounts…

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    Communicators with Mignon Clyburn

    Mignon Clyburn, the longest-serving commissioner on the Federal Communications Commission, talked about how the incoming Trump administration could affect the FCC’s work, including the…

    217 views
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    Communicators with Michael O'Rielly

    Federal Communications Committee Commissioner Michael O’Rielly looked ahead to the FCC’s agenda under the Trump administration, including the future of internet regulation, net neutrality, and…

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    Communicators with Craig Silliman

    Craig Silliman talked about Verizon’s activities in recent years -- buying AOL, its proposal to buy Yahoo, and getting involved in smart cities and the internet of things -- in addition to…

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    Communicators with Paul Ohm

    Professor Paul Ohm talked about the need for lawyers, prosecutors, and judges who understand the internet and coding. He was a computer programmer and had been a Department of Justice prosecutor…

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    Communicators with Steve Bene

    Steve Bene talked about issues facing Pandora Media’s internet radio service and the music industry, including copyright laws, ticket-price inflation, and what happens when humans compete…

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    Communicators Roundtable on Technology Issues and the Trump Administration

    Robert McDowell and Michael Copps, former commissioners at the Federal Communications Commission, discussed technology issues facing the FCC, the increasingly political culture around it,…

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    Communicators with Scott Keogh

    Scott Keogh talked about Audi of America’s role as a leader in developing self-driving cars. Audi was already selling cars that had some of the technology that would lead up to autonomous cars but the…

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    Communicators Roundtable on Technology Priorities for the Next Administration

    Jeffrey Eisenach and Craig Aaron talked about the technology priorities of the 2016 Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump presidential campaigns and what the technology priorities should be for…

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    Communicators Roundtable on AT&T-Time Warner Merger

    Technology policy experts Scott Wallsten and Harold Feld discussed their opposing views on what the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner would mean for telecommunications. The antitrust…

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    Communicators with Mark Rosekind

    Mark Rosekind talked about guidelines for self-driving cars issued the previous week by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Currently, individual states set separate…

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    Communicators with James Cicconi

    James Cicconi talked about changes in telecommunications, as well as the Federal Communications Commission and his belief that it has become politicized. He also spoke about why he, despite…

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    Communicators Roundtable on Extremism and Social Media

    Seamus Hughes, deputy director of George Washington University’s Program on Extremism, and Alberto Fernandez, who previously headed up the State Department’s counter-messaging campaign…

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    Communicators with Scott Woolley

    Scott Woolley talked about his book The Network: The Battle for the Airwaves and the Birth of the Communications Age, in which he examines the history of telegraph, radio, television, and…

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    Communicators with Daniel Kreiss

    Professor Daniel Kreiss, author of Prototype Politics: The Making and Unmaking of Technological Innovation in the Republican and Democratic Parties, 2000-2014, talked about the use of…

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    Communicators with Malcolm Gay

    Malcolm Gay, author of The Brain Electric, talked about efforts by researchers at defense-related agencies to help wounded soldiers move prosthetic limbs with their thoughts.

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