News & Updates
Two weeks ago we were thrilled to convene the Internet stakeholder community at the 17th annual State of the Net Conference, the nation’s most prominent Internet policy summit. The diversity of our speakers’ perspectives makes SOTN unlike any other Internet policy conference in the world. We also strive to assure diversity of the speakers and […]
Last week FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks keynoted the State of the Net Conference along with former FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell (a fireside chat with National Urban League’s Clint Odom). In case you missed, the video from both keynotes are available below (along with audio and transcripts).
Watch: Senator Amy Klobuchar Keynote And Panel On “Tech Competition: What Can Biden Learn From The Last Tech-ade Under Obama and Trump?”
We were thrilled to have Senator Amy Klobuchar keynote State of the Net last week and preview her plans to address a range of tech policy issues including antitrust. Today she announced her antitrust reform legislation and plans for the subcommittee. At SOTN an expert panel on antitrust and competition policy followed her comments. Antitrust […]
Using the Internet to make government more responsive and accountable to its citizens remains a stubbornly bipartisan issue. While other aspects of Internet policy have become politicized, “civic tech” is having a decade of policy support from both sides of the aisle. From the US Digital Service, 18F, the Presidential Innovation Fellowship program, and the […]