Three Women in Communications Policy Highlight Citizen Participation, Activism and Engagement for Broadband
Broadband's Impact, FCC, Fiber, Gigabit Networks, Net Neutrality
September 22nd, 2014
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., September 22, 2014 – Three of the most prominent women in communications policy on Thursday highlighted the vital role of citizen participation, activism and corporate engagement to ensure a collective high-speed broadband future. “The next six to eight months are perhaps going to be the most important months in the history of communications […]
Digital Natives May Force Rethinking on Copyright, Privacy and Broadband
October 16th, 2008
WASHINGTON, October 16 – As a part of its burgeoning lecture and discussion series, “DC Talks”, Google’s Washington office on Wednesday featured Berkman Center Director and Harvard Law Professor John Palfrey and his new book, Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives.
Ten Years After Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Electronics Companies Regret Supporting Law
October 15th, 2008
WASHINGTON, October 14 — Consumer electronics manufacturers and owners of intellectual property offered divergent views of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, 10 years after its passage, speaking at the inaugural forum of the monthly “Broadband Breakfast Club” hosted by BroadbandCensus.com.
Introducing Drew Bennett, Special Correspondent for BroadbandCensus.com
June 22nd, 2008
Drew Bennett, a recent master’s student graduate of Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, will be blogging and reporting from the Personal Democracy Forum in New York City for BroadbandCensus.com.
U.S. Technology Could Thwart Chinese Internet Censorship
June 20th, 2008
June 18 – Technologies exist that allow Chinese internet users to evade government censorship, but their deployment is being thwarted by American companies based in China, panelists said Wednesday at a hearing of the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
Conference Participants: Media and Internet Must Target Minorities
June 18th, 2008
June 17 – Black and Hispanic Americans need to be more prominent and “in positions of authority” within the media in order to appeal to a growing multicultural society, a former Clinton administration telecommunications official said Tuesday.