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  • Journalism in the Digital Age
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    Journalism in the Digital Age

    Quartz’s Founding Editor Kevin Delaney discussed the future of digital journalism, including the decline of Facebook’s and Google’s dominance, with students at the University of California…

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    Coders

    Clive Thompson talked about his book, Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World, in which he reported on the humans behind algorithms and codes and explored the…

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  • emWashington Postem Forum on Protecting Local News Representatives Cicilline and Collins
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    Washington Post Forum on Protecting Local News; Representatives Cicilline and Collins

    The Washington Post held an in-depth discussion with journalists and lawmakers on the future of and importance of local news. In this portion, attendees heard from two lawmakers, Representatives David…

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  • Heritage Foundation Hosts Discussion on China 5G Technology and Global Security
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    China, 5G Technology and Global Security

    The Heritage Foundation hosted a discussion about China, 5G digital technology and global security. Former House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Rogers (R-MI) delivered keynote remarks in…

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  • emWashington Postem Forum on Protecting Local News Facebook
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    Washington Post Forum on Protecting Local News: Facebook

    In this portion of the Washington Post's in-depth discussion with journalists and lawmakers on the future of and importance of local news, Facebook’s Anne Kornblut talked about how the…

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  • emBytes Bombs and Spiesem
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    Bytes, Bombs and Spies

    Hoover Institution fellows Amy Zegart and Herb Lin talked about their book, Bytes, Bombs and Spies, on the use by the U.S. military of offensive cyber weapons. They were joined by George…

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  • Social Media Regulation
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    Social Media Regulation

    Two Cato Institute scholars discussed social media companies and advocated against their regulation. Afterward, they answered questions from members of the audience.

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  • Communicators and the State of the Net Conference Part 3
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    Communicators and the State of the Net Conference, Part 3

    While attending the State of the Net conference, “The Communicators” spoke with Daphne Keller of the Center for Internet and Society and Peter Fateling from the European Union Commission…

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  • emThe Big Nineem
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    The Big Nine

    Amy Webb talked about her book, The Big Nine: How the Tech Titans and their Thinking Machines Will Change Humanity, in which she argued that artificial intelligence is giving dangerous…

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  • Author Discussion on Politics and the Digital World
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    Author Discussion on Politics and the Digital World

    This portion of the 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books featured a discussion on politics and digital technology with authors Douglas Rushkoff, Team Human; Nicolas Berggruen and Nathan…

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  • Historians and Social Media
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    Historians and Social Media

    Princeton University Professor Kevin Kruse talked about the role of historians on social media and what he feels is their duty to provide context to current issues. He also discussed how…

    471 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 2

    Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on the arrest and possible extradition of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

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  • House Debate on Net Neutrality
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    House Debate on Net Neutrality

    The House debated a bill to restore net neutrality rules that require internet service providers to offer equal access to all web content. The legislation comes less than two years after…

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  • John Hendel On House Net Neutrality Debate
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    John Hendel On House Net Neutrality Debate

    Politico Technology Reporter John Hendel previewed House debate on net neutrality legislation, the Save the Internet Act, which would revive the 2015 FCC net neutrality rules.

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  • Communicators with Tim Wu
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    Communicators with Tim Wu

    Technology watcher Tim Wu talked about his book, The Curse of Bigness. In his work, Mr. Wu argues that present-day big technology companies have power and influence similar to Standard Oil…

    159 views
  • emZuckedem
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    Zucked

    Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee talked about his book, Zucked: The Education of an Unlikely Activist in which he offered his thoughts on the potential long term impact of the social…

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  • US Postal Service and ECommerce
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    U.S. Postal Service and E-Commerce

    The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) hosted a discussion on the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) and e-commerce at an event on Capitol Hill. They talked about the…

    198 views
  • Communicators with Michael Powell
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    Communicators with Michael Powell

    NCTA President Michael Powell, a former Federal Communications Commission chair, talked about changes in the way Washington views technology companies, which he called “the biggest whiplash I’ve…

    190 views
  • Second Circuit Hears Oral Argument in Presidents Twitter Account Case
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    Knight Institute v. Trump Oral Argument

    A three-judge panel in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York City heard oral argument in Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump, a case concerning the 45th…

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  • emDeep Medicineem
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    Deep Medicine

    Dr. Eric Topol talked about his book, Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Revolutionize Health Care--And Make It More Humane, in which he explored the integration of artificial…

    312 views
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