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The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now?

More Podcasts The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now? https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2019/20191007netneut.mp3 This Is A Podcast:On Monday, October 7, 2019, a panel of Academy experts discussed the D.C. Circuit’s decision, as well as next steps for Congress and any broader implications for the Internet ecosystem. These panelists represent diverse perspectives on the decision and what it means for Congress and for the Internet.Speakers Included:Matthew Brill, Partner, Latham and Watkins (Bio)Kristine (Fargotstein) Hackman, Vice President, Policy & Advocacy, US Telecom (Bio)Sarah Morris, Director, Open Technology Institute (Bio)Ferras Vinh, Internet Policy Manager, Mozilla (Bio)Caitlin Chin, The Brookings Institution (moderator) (Bio)

60 MINOCT 7
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The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now?

Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress?

More Podcasts Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress? https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2019/20190729musicmoguls.mp3 There are a lot of music moguls out there. Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Quincy Jones. But possibly the biggest mogul in the music industry is Congress itself. Congress and its oversight functions make it a significant player in music industry revenues. In the modern era Congress has spun the music turntables with legislation several times, most recently with the Music Modernization Act (MMA). The MMA also gave Congress additional music oversight functions. If you’ve ever wanted to know how Congress influences the music you stream, download, or play in your car, our panel of experts will provide an overview of this incredibly complex system. And, we’ll ask our panel of experts which music industry mogul is bigger – Jay-Z or Congress?Faculty Speakers– Danielle Aguirre, EVP & General Counsel, National Music Publishers Association– Kevin Erickson, Director, Future of M...

63 MINJUL 30
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Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress?

Will The California, EU, and State Privacy Laws Be Addressed By Congress?

Last month the California legislature hastily passed sweeping privacy regulations to stave off even more sweeping rules that would have emerged from the state’s ballot initiative process. These regulations from the state of California, which is the world’s 5th largest economy and home to the most dominant data companies on the planet, will apply to a huge swath of data on the Internet, and offline as well. These rules follow the massive European privacy law, the GDPR, which started its enforcement period just a month earlier. With consumer privacy breaches and Congressional privacy hearings in the headlines daily, many are asking whether Congress will act on data privacy? Will more US states follow California’s lead and pass consumer privacy laws as well? This was hosted on Thursday July 26th in the Rayburn HOB as a popup briefing on the California Consumer Privacy Act, GDPR, and the potential for future Congressional action on this issue. #PrivacyIC Will The California, EU, and ...

57 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Will The California, EU, and State Privacy Laws Be Addressed By Congress?

Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin: Building Trust in A Digital World

While there is a lot of hype around Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies,cryptocurrencies are only the tip of the iceberg. Blockchain – the technology underlying cryptocurrencies – offers a host of other transformative use cases, including supply chain management, digital identity management, and smart contracts. Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology which promises to authenticate transactions without the need for a trusted third-party. Forward-looking companies are deploying blockchain for a variety of uses beyond cryptocurrency. Financial managers are using blockchain to verify digital identity and streamline the process of electronic signatures. Supply chain companies are exploring blockchain technology to track the goods we purchase every day through the entire supply chain. Government offices are identifying ways the technology can make government processes more efficient and cost-effective. Our panel will discuss the potentially transformative applications o...

60 MIN2018 JUL 18
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Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin: Building Trust in A Digital World

Wayfair: Internet Sales Tax Discussion

The Supreme Court recently issued a momentous decision inWayfair v South Dakota.In overturning a 26-year precedent, SCOTUS has opened the floodgates for states to impose sales tax on online purchases. While critics of the decision claim it will cripple small online businesses, supporters argue that it will allow states to recoup taxes already owed to them and allow traditional retailers to compete fairly with e-commerce companies. Listen to an expert panel to discuss SCOTUS’s decision and the future of US commerce. This briefing is part of ourSCOTUSTechseries.

56 MIN2018 JUL 13
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Wayfair: Internet Sales Tax Discussion

Carpenter: How SCOTUS Defines Constitutional Privacy In The Digital Age

VIDEO YouTube Video FacebookLive Video PHOTOS Flickr Photos Listen Carpenter Briefing https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2018/20180629carpenter.mp3 Moments ago the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) issued its ruling in cellphone privacy case,Carpenter v. U.S. Join us for a popup briefing next Friday as a panel of Academy experts parses the Court’s decision and what it means for the future of privacy.The Carpenter case may potentially transform our understanding of our Constitutional privacy rights and Fourth Amendment jurisprudence. Our panel will discuss what privacy rights should U.S. citizens maintain when they share their location and other data with Internet companies and cellphone carriers? Does law enforcement need a warrant to collect this data from these “third-parties?”This is the first briefing of our SCOTUS Tech series.RSVP HereModeratorJadzia Pierce–Associate, Covington & Burling LLP,Internet Law & Policy Foundry FellowPanelistsMichelle Richardson –Deputy Director, Freedom, Secu...

56 MIN2018 JUN 30
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Carpenter: How SCOTUS Defines Constitutional Privacy In The Digital Age

Antitrust & The Internet: A New Way Of Looking At Competition?

“Antitrust and competition policy is exciting stuff,” said no one ever (except, of course, the very few who follow this arcane field of economics and algorithms). Yet in recent months on Capitol Hill competition policy buzzwords have started to be overheard in conversations outside of the traditional antitrust policy bastions such as the Antitrust subcommittees. Is all this “excitement” around competition policy because folks are curious how the new Administration will approach mergers and market concentration? Or is it, as some have suggested, that because the Internet has profoundly changed how markets have traditionally operated, our antitrust policy must change as well? We’ve assembled an expert group of panelists to discuss their perspectives on competition and antitrust. When: Friday, April 27, 2018 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Where: Rayburn House Office Building Room 2237 SPEAKERS – AlexeiAlexis, Reporter, Bloomberg (Bio) – DianaMoss,President of the American Antitrust I...

53 MIN2018 APR 28
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Antitrust & The Internet: A New Way Of Looking At Competition?

EU Privacy Countdown: What the GDPR Regulations Mean For Your Constituents

In May of this year, The European Commission (EC) will issue an expansive set of privacy rules for U.S. companies operating overseas. These rules, otherwise called The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will require companies across the world to amend their policies and practices to comply with its many regulations. In many ways, the GDPR will become the baseline privacy regime for the Internet. According toPwC, over half of U.S. multinational companies say the GDPR is their top data privacy compliance priority. But many U.S. policymakers view this new regulation as burdensome and costly, while others view it as a positive step towards a global privacy regime for the Internet. How will the GDPR affect the Privacy Shield and other international agreements with our International partners? This briefing focuses on what the GDPR means for U.S. businesses and the worldwide flow of citizens’ information. When: Friday, March 9th., 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Where: Rayburn House...

55 MIN2018 MAR 13
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EU Privacy Countdown: What the GDPR Regulations Mean For Your Constituents

What’s Next For Net Neutrality? Litigation, Legislation, and the Lay of the Land

It seems like talk about net neutrality never stops, and with our busy schedules, it’s hard to keep up. We’ve organized a panel of experts to provide a “lay of the land” on what’s going on with this dynamic topic. We’ll talk about the latest FCC action, developments onthe state level, the prospects for litigation, and possibilities on Capitol Hill. Like all of our discussions, we’ve assembled an expert panel with an arrayofdifferent perspectives on the issue. SPEAKERS Matthew Brill,Partner, Latham & Watkins Angie Kronenberg,Chief Advocate and General Counsel, INCOMPAS Chris Lewis,Vice President, Public Knowledge Berin Szoka,President, TechFreedom MODERATOR Li Zhou,Reporter, Politico Pro Date:February 12, 2018 Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Location: Rayburn House Office Building Room 2237 Follow: @NetCaucusAC | #NetNeutrality18 Creative Commons Licensed Photos on Flickr

57 MIN2018 FEB 14
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What’s Next For Net Neutrality? Litigation, Legislation, and the Lay of the Land

Blending Data Analytics and AI: Policy Implications

Data analytics is becoming an essential part of companies’ operations, planning and innovation. In the Internet age, companies are generating an unprecedented amount of data, and an entire industry has grown out of the need to process and understand it. How have these insights helped change the way businesses interact with consumers? What is the difference between Artificial Intelligence and Big Data, and how are these technologies used to inform decision making? At the same time, with the advent of this new technology comes new challenges. How do the inherent biases in data sets influence analytic outcomes and decision-making algorithms? What can we do to encourage innovation when many data sets are proprietary? Join us as we explore these questions and more with a panel of experts. SPEAKERS Leighanne Levensaler, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy,Workday (bio) Dean Garfield, President & CEO,Information TechnologyIndustry Council (bio) Chris Calabrese, Vice President for ...

54 MIN2017 OCT 27
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Blending Data Analytics and AI: Policy Implications

Latest Episodes

The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now?

More Podcasts The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now? https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2019/20191007netneut.mp3 This Is A Podcast:On Monday, October 7, 2019, a panel of Academy experts discussed the D.C. Circuit’s decision, as well as next steps for Congress and any broader implications for the Internet ecosystem. These panelists represent diverse perspectives on the decision and what it means for Congress and for the Internet.Speakers Included:Matthew Brill, Partner, Latham and Watkins (Bio)Kristine (Fargotstein) Hackman, Vice President, Policy & Advocacy, US Telecom (Bio)Sarah Morris, Director, Open Technology Institute (Bio)Ferras Vinh, Internet Policy Manager, Mozilla (Bio)Caitlin Chin, The Brookings Institution (moderator) (Bio)

60 MINOCT 7
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The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now?

Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress?

More Podcasts Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress? https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2019/20190729musicmoguls.mp3 There are a lot of music moguls out there. Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Quincy Jones. But possibly the biggest mogul in the music industry is Congress itself. Congress and its oversight functions make it a significant player in music industry revenues. In the modern era Congress has spun the music turntables with legislation several times, most recently with the Music Modernization Act (MMA). The MMA also gave Congress additional music oversight functions. If you’ve ever wanted to know how Congress influences the music you stream, download, or play in your car, our panel of experts will provide an overview of this incredibly complex system. And, we’ll ask our panel of experts which music industry mogul is bigger – Jay-Z or Congress?Faculty Speakers– Danielle Aguirre, EVP & General Counsel, National Music Publishers Association– Kevin Erickson, Director, Future of M...

63 MINJUL 30
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Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress?

Will The California, EU, and State Privacy Laws Be Addressed By Congress?

Last month the California legislature hastily passed sweeping privacy regulations to stave off even more sweeping rules that would have emerged from the state’s ballot initiative process. These regulations from the state of California, which is the world’s 5th largest economy and home to the most dominant data companies on the planet, will apply to a huge swath of data on the Internet, and offline as well. These rules follow the massive European privacy law, the GDPR, which started its enforcement period just a month earlier. With consumer privacy breaches and Congressional privacy hearings in the headlines daily, many are asking whether Congress will act on data privacy? Will more US states follow California’s lead and pass consumer privacy laws as well? This was hosted on Thursday July 26th in the Rayburn HOB as a popup briefing on the California Consumer Privacy Act, GDPR, and the potential for future Congressional action on this issue. #PrivacyIC Will The California, EU, and ...

57 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Will The California, EU, and State Privacy Laws Be Addressed By Congress?

Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin: Building Trust in A Digital World

While there is a lot of hype around Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies,cryptocurrencies are only the tip of the iceberg. Blockchain – the technology underlying cryptocurrencies – offers a host of other transformative use cases, including supply chain management, digital identity management, and smart contracts. Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology which promises to authenticate transactions without the need for a trusted third-party. Forward-looking companies are deploying blockchain for a variety of uses beyond cryptocurrency. Financial managers are using blockchain to verify digital identity and streamline the process of electronic signatures. Supply chain companies are exploring blockchain technology to track the goods we purchase every day through the entire supply chain. Government offices are identifying ways the technology can make government processes more efficient and cost-effective. Our panel will discuss the potentially transformative applications o...

60 MIN2018 JUL 18
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Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin: Building Trust in A Digital World

Wayfair: Internet Sales Tax Discussion

The Supreme Court recently issued a momentous decision inWayfair v South Dakota.In overturning a 26-year precedent, SCOTUS has opened the floodgates for states to impose sales tax on online purchases. While critics of the decision claim it will cripple small online businesses, supporters argue that it will allow states to recoup taxes already owed to them and allow traditional retailers to compete fairly with e-commerce companies. Listen to an expert panel to discuss SCOTUS’s decision and the future of US commerce. This briefing is part of ourSCOTUSTechseries.

56 MIN2018 JUL 13
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Wayfair: Internet Sales Tax Discussion

Carpenter: How SCOTUS Defines Constitutional Privacy In The Digital Age

VIDEO YouTube Video FacebookLive Video PHOTOS Flickr Photos Listen Carpenter Briefing https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2018/20180629carpenter.mp3 Moments ago the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) issued its ruling in cellphone privacy case,Carpenter v. U.S. Join us for a popup briefing next Friday as a panel of Academy experts parses the Court’s decision and what it means for the future of privacy.The Carpenter case may potentially transform our understanding of our Constitutional privacy rights and Fourth Amendment jurisprudence. Our panel will discuss what privacy rights should U.S. citizens maintain when they share their location and other data with Internet companies and cellphone carriers? Does law enforcement need a warrant to collect this data from these “third-parties?”This is the first briefing of our SCOTUS Tech series.RSVP HereModeratorJadzia Pierce–Associate, Covington & Burling LLP,Internet Law & Policy Foundry FellowPanelistsMichelle Richardson –Deputy Director, Freedom, Secu...

56 MIN2018 JUN 30
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Carpenter: How SCOTUS Defines Constitutional Privacy In The Digital Age

Antitrust & The Internet: A New Way Of Looking At Competition?

“Antitrust and competition policy is exciting stuff,” said no one ever (except, of course, the very few who follow this arcane field of economics and algorithms). Yet in recent months on Capitol Hill competition policy buzzwords have started to be overheard in conversations outside of the traditional antitrust policy bastions such as the Antitrust subcommittees. Is all this “excitement” around competition policy because folks are curious how the new Administration will approach mergers and market concentration? Or is it, as some have suggested, that because the Internet has profoundly changed how markets have traditionally operated, our antitrust policy must change as well? We’ve assembled an expert group of panelists to discuss their perspectives on competition and antitrust. When: Friday, April 27, 2018 @ 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Where: Rayburn House Office Building Room 2237 SPEAKERS – AlexeiAlexis, Reporter, Bloomberg (Bio) – DianaMoss,President of the American Antitrust I...

53 MIN2018 APR 28
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Antitrust & The Internet: A New Way Of Looking At Competition?

EU Privacy Countdown: What the GDPR Regulations Mean For Your Constituents

In May of this year, The European Commission (EC) will issue an expansive set of privacy rules for U.S. companies operating overseas. These rules, otherwise called The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), will require companies across the world to amend their policies and practices to comply with its many regulations. In many ways, the GDPR will become the baseline privacy regime for the Internet. According toPwC, over half of U.S. multinational companies say the GDPR is their top data privacy compliance priority. But many U.S. policymakers view this new regulation as burdensome and costly, while others view it as a positive step towards a global privacy regime for the Internet. How will the GDPR affect the Privacy Shield and other international agreements with our International partners? This briefing focuses on what the GDPR means for U.S. businesses and the worldwide flow of citizens’ information. When: Friday, March 9th., 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT Where: Rayburn House...

55 MIN2018 MAR 13
Comments
EU Privacy Countdown: What the GDPR Regulations Mean For Your Constituents

What’s Next For Net Neutrality? Litigation, Legislation, and the Lay of the Land

It seems like talk about net neutrality never stops, and with our busy schedules, it’s hard to keep up. We’ve organized a panel of experts to provide a “lay of the land” on what’s going on with this dynamic topic. We’ll talk about the latest FCC action, developments onthe state level, the prospects for litigation, and possibilities on Capitol Hill. Like all of our discussions, we’ve assembled an expert panel with an arrayofdifferent perspectives on the issue. SPEAKERS Matthew Brill,Partner, Latham & Watkins Angie Kronenberg,Chief Advocate and General Counsel, INCOMPAS Chris Lewis,Vice President, Public Knowledge Berin Szoka,President, TechFreedom MODERATOR Li Zhou,Reporter, Politico Pro Date:February 12, 2018 Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Location: Rayburn House Office Building Room 2237 Follow: @NetCaucusAC | #NetNeutrality18 Creative Commons Licensed Photos on Flickr

57 MIN2018 FEB 14
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What’s Next For Net Neutrality? Litigation, Legislation, and the Lay of the Land

Blending Data Analytics and AI: Policy Implications

Data analytics is becoming an essential part of companies’ operations, planning and innovation. In the Internet age, companies are generating an unprecedented amount of data, and an entire industry has grown out of the need to process and understand it. How have these insights helped change the way businesses interact with consumers? What is the difference between Artificial Intelligence and Big Data, and how are these technologies used to inform decision making? At the same time, with the advent of this new technology comes new challenges. How do the inherent biases in data sets influence analytic outcomes and decision-making algorithms? What can we do to encourage innovation when many data sets are proprietary? Join us as we explore these questions and more with a panel of experts. SPEAKERS Leighanne Levensaler, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy,Workday (bio) Dean Garfield, President & CEO,Information TechnologyIndustry Council (bio) Chris Calabrese, Vice President for ...

54 MIN2017 OCT 27
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Blending Data Analytics and AI: Policy Implications
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