We’re back with new episodes every Thursday for Season 4 of the Tech Policy Grind! And if you couldn’t tell, we’re really excited about what’s to come. To kick off the season, we hit the road and headed to the State of the Net Conference, where tech policy professionals have convened annually for nearly two decades to collectively look towards all that lies on the horizon in the wild world that is tech policy.
For Part 1 of our conversations at State of the Net, we sit down with Alan Davidson (NTIA), Bertram Lee Jr. (Future of Privacy Forum), and Patrick Lin (Latham & Watkins). Alan Davidson sits down with Reema to talk about NTIA’s efforts to connect Americans to the web. Bertram Lee Jr. talks about the intersections of AI legislation and privacy principles. Rounding out this episode is a conversation with Patrick Lin, who digs into the fascinating issues emerging in copyright and digital rights around generative AI.
Make sure to tune in next week for Part 2 of our State of the Net conversations!
Disclaimer: Reema and Lama engage with the Foundry in their personal capacities. Their views here aren’t reflective of those of the organizations and institutions they’re affiliated with.