By Jay E. Gillette and Matthew LaFlash Trieste, Italy — The historic industrial port city of Trieste hosted the 22nd Global Forum conference last month, where the focus was on innovation in information and communication technologies as catalysts for
An Op Ed written by Dom Caristi about the NSA and privacy appeared on these three outlets: Tampa Tribune Detroit News Orange County Register
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For the full article, click here. Below are ten questions that regulators, auctions participants and consumers should be asking themselves in the run up to the auctions, along with today’s versions of the answers to the questions.
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TAC Sets the Stage by Barry D. Umansky, J.D. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Technological Advisory Council (TAC) is a little known private-public advisory committee in Washington. Its actions, however, could have a profound impact on our
From the Director “Betting on America’s Future” Dr. Robert Yadon, Director Digital Policy Institute A new September 2013 report released by the Progressive Policy Institute, has found that the telecom and cable, technology, and energy
By: Fritz Dolak, Ph.D. & Leah Einterz - Behind the scenes deals, millions of dollars in profits, terabytes of personal data leaked, national security issues, and secret government programs all set the scene for a pretty
WASHINGTON, June 26, 2013 – DPI members Dr. Yadon and Barry Umansky participated in the “X-Factors of Tech Policy Today” panel discussion.
By Robert Yadon, Ph.D. and Barry Umansky, J.D. Few will dispute the technology sector provides the economic backbone for consumers, businesses, education Richard Bennett, in his recent article “No Country for Slow Broadband,” published in the