Posts Tagged ‘Larry Irving’

Internet Innovation Association Announces Return of Founding Co-Chair Larry Irving

Broadband's Impact, FCC, IP Transition, NTIA January 23rd, 2014

January 23, 2014 – This press release come over the wire from the Internet Innovation Alliance: Ten years after he founded the Internet Innovation Alliance (IIA) alongside still-Co-Chair Bruce Mehlman, Larry Irving this month returns to the coalition, the IIA today announced. In 2009, Irving stepped down from his role with IIA to join Hewlett […]

Privacy Experts Urge U.S. to Engage in Global Debate, but Get Own House in Order

International, NTIA, Privacy, Transparency May 7th, 2010

WASHINGTON, May 7, 2010 – The United States needs to act as a world leader by using its talents to help develop an innovative global privacy framework, but it must get its own house in order to succeed, said privacy experts Friday at an event hosted by the Commerce Department.

Conference Participants: Media and Internet Must Target Minorities

Broadband's Impact 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.

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