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This Week, on December 14th, the FCC is likely to vote to repeal the Open Internet Order of 2015, effectively handing regulatory oversight of the Internet to the FTC, and ending the three bright-line rules against throttling, blocking and paid prioritization. The issue of Net Neutrality is a complex, hotly debated one, and it should […]
Will Rinehart, Director of Technology and Innovation Policy at the American Action Forum, offers up his thoughts on risk assessment models and then argues with Joe about data portability. The crew introduces a new segment to preview the Foundry Book Club and everyone talks about what they are reading. Listeners can find Will’s writings on […]
Tiffany Li, who heads the Wikimedia/Yale Law School Initiative on Intermediaries and Information at Yale Law’s Information Society Project, joins the crew to discuss algorithms, artificial intelligence, and how they challenge the European Union’s so-called Right to Be Forgotten. She also takes about her recent transition from working an in-house attorney to academia. Listeners can […]
Tim Lordan, Executive Director of the Internet Education Foundation, and Ali Sternburg, Senior Policy Counsel at the Computer & Communications Industry Association, join Emory, Joe, and Pinal to discuss the origins of and motivations behind the Internet Law and Policy Foundry. They chat about their paths in tech policy and take some time to discuss […]