State of the Net 2020 Recap
SOTN 2020 is over. Below is a recap of the amazing speakers and panels from this year’s conference. Video and photos are available for each segment of the program.
Breakout Panels Session 1
Federal Privacy Sticking Points: From Preemption To PRA … And Everything In Between
Is Democracy Safe? Social Media Amplification
Video Streaming: Where is OTT Video Taking Us and What Does That Mean for Policy?
Breakout Panels Session 2
IoT On 5G: Proposals For Security, Privacy, and Interoperability In An Interconnected World
Law Enforcement Access To Encrypted Data: Is There A Path Forward
Regulating Speech: Next Decade, Can We Do Better?
Breakout Panels Session 3
Are Cities And States The New Battleground Of Internet Policy?
Pumping The Brakes On Artificial Intelligence?
Tech Platforms 2030: Will They Reign Or Get Reined In?
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