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DPI Webinar-Federal Communications Policy in 2017: New Players and New Directions


4/12/17

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Digital Daily Dozen 4/24/17

FTC Finalizes Privacy Settlement With Turn The Federal Trade Commission has finalized a settlement with ad company Turn over allegations that it deceived consumers by tracking them for ad purposes after they took steps to avoid data

Digital Daily Dozen 4/17/17

Meet the iCar? Apple to test self-driving vehicles in California The iPhone maker has been awarded a permit to test autonomous cars, moving into a highly competitive space that includes Google, Tesla and Ford  –The Guardian  

Summary- Webinar: Federal Communications Policy in 2017

Questions were asked answers were given regarding Federal Communications Policy in 2017: New Players and New Directions Wednesday, Webcast on April 12, 2017 2:00 P.M. EDT   Soon after there‘s a change in the political party of the White House

Digital Daily Dozen 4/14/17

Silicon Valley Targets FCC Plan to Deregulate Business Broadband Democrats, small internet providers, and some of the biggest companies in Silicon Valley are ramping up opposition to the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to deregulate the biggest business

Webinar Speakers – Biographies 04/12/17

Federal Communications Policy in 2017: New Players and New Directions WEBINAR DESCRIPTION Soon after there‘s a change in the political party of the White House resident there’s usually a switch in the identities and political party of

Digital Daily Dozen 4/10/17

Federal Communications Policy in 2017: New Players and New Directions- Digital Policy Institute Webinar, Join us Wednesday, April 12, 2017 2:00 P.M. EDT   FCC’s Pai Pulls Plug on Plane Phone-Use Item FCC chairman Ajit Pai said

Digital Daily Dozen 4/5/17

Trump has signed repeal of the FCC privacy rules. Here’s what happens next President Trump signed congressional legislation Monday night that repeals the Federal Communications Commission’s privacy protections for Internet users, rolling back a landmark policy from

Digital Daily Dozen 4/3/17

Google says its YouTube ad problem is ‘very very very small’ but it’s getting better at fixing it anyway A top Google executive says the company’s YouTube ad controversy — where big brands have discovered that some

Digital Daily Dozen 3/31/17

Upcoming NAFTA renegotiation should expand telecommunications freedom of choice President Trump is expected to sign an executive order soon that mandates review of all U.S. trade deals currently in place.  –Brookings   Starbucks to test mobile order

Digital Daily Dozen 3/29/17

NAB Worries About Radio in Repack Process Association says current transition plan ‘operates as if radio stations do not exist’  –Radio World   Congress just voted to strip away FCC rules that protected your internet privacy Congress