The accepted papers for this fall's TPRC are listed below. The full program with sessions will be released in early July. Complete papers will be uploaded in mid August.

'I Am an Algorithm, Not a Product': Why Product Liability Is Not Well-Suited for Certain Types of Algorithms, Karni Chagal, University of Haifa, Faculty of Law

A Study of Spatial Differentiation in Online Personal Health Realization of Rural Agricultural and Non-Agricultural Populations, Peter L. Stenberg, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) - Economic Research Service (ERS)

Addressing the Right to Communicate as a Capability, Amit M. Schejter, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Agent-Based Modeling Approach for Developing Enforcement Mechanisms in Spectrum Sharing Scenarios: An Application for the 1695-1710mhz Band, Pedro Bustamante, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences; Marcela, Gomez, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences; Martin B. H. Weiss, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences; Debarun Das

Algorithmic Regulation and Algorithmic Collusion in Network Markets, Jonathan Cave, University of Warwick

An Economic Analysis of Personal Data Markets, Bastian Haberer, University of Passau; Daniel Schnurr, University of Passau

An Evaluation of the Connected Nation Broadband Adoption Program, Jacob Manlove, Oklahoma State University - Stillwater - Department of Agricultural Economics; Brian Whitacre, Oklahoma State University

Analyzing Economies of Scale from Targeted Advertisements in Next-Generation TV, Aman Tyagi, Carnegie Mellon University, Department of Engineering and Public Policy; Jon M. Peha, Carnegie Mellon University

Applying an Information Based Decision Analysis to Spectrum Management Regulatory Decisions, Mark Lofquist, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program; David Reed, University of Colorado at Boulder, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program

Arising from the Ashes: Will Utility-Style Regulation Be the Future of the Internet?, Eli M., Noam , Columbia Business School - Finance and Economics

Assessing Cybersecurity Policy Effectiveness in Africa via a Cybersecurity Liability Index, Kwasi Adomako, Carnegie Mellon University Africa; Nabeel Mohamed, Carnegie Mellon University; Aminata Garba, Carnegie Mellon University; Martin Saint, Carnegie Mellon University

Bit-by-Bit Towards Unlimited: An Analysis of Zero Rating and Sponsored Data Practices of Internet Service Providers, Daniel Schnurr, University of Passau; Lukas Wiewiorra, Goethe University Frankfurt

Bridging the Quality Divide with Competition-Enhancing Regulation, Lourdes Montenegro, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Building a Digital Twin: Testing the Effectiveness of Telecommunication Policies in a Virtual World, Edward Oughton, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Can Social Media Help Build Communities? Eric Forbush, University of Pennsylvania; Nicol Turner-Lee, Brookings Institute

Can a Machine Learn Under the GDPR?, Joel Thayer, ACT; Bijan Madhani, CCIA

Content and Access Provision in a Discrete Competition Model, Petrus H. Potgieter, University of South Africa; Bronwyn E. Howell, Victoria University of Wellington - School of Management

Detecting Internet Congestion at Interconnection Points: An Empirical Analysis, David D. Clark, MIT CSAIL; Amogh D. Dhamdhere, CAIDA/UC; KC Claffy, University of California, San Diego (UCSD); Matthew Luckie, CAIDA

Digital Platform Power: A Game Theoretic Approach to Understanding the Regulation and Self-Regulation of Internet Companies, Jake Rashbass, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

Digital Reentry: Uses of and Barriers to ICTs in the Prisoner Reentry Process, Bianca Reisdorf; RV Rikard, Michigan State University - Department of Telecommunication; Julia DeCook, Michigan State University - Department of Telecommunication; Jennifer Cobbina, Michigan State University - School of Criminal Justice

Double-Sided Internet Markets and the Need to Assess Both Upstream and Downstream Impacts, Rob Frieden, Pennsylvania State University

Economic Competitiveness and National Security Dynamics in the Race for 5G between the United States and China, Doug Brake, ITIF

Economic Critiques of National and International Ngso Spectrum Regulations Concerning the Ku-And Ka-Bands, David Reed, University of Colorado at Boulder, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program; Waleed Almarshedi, University of Colorado at Boulder, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program

Enhancing Transparency: Internet Video Quality Inference from Network Traffic, Paul Schmitt, Princeton University; Tithi Chattopadhyay, Princeton University; Nick Feamster, Princeton University

Factors Influencing Password Reuse: A Case Study, Jacob Abbott, Indiana University Bloomington - School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering; Daniel Calarco; L. Jean Camp, Indiana University Bloomington - School of Informatics and Computing

Federalism, Preemption, and the Future of State Regulation of Internet Protocol-based Services, Michael A. Janson, Federal Communications Commission

Fiber to the Countryside: A Comparison of Public and Community Initiatives in the UK, Paolo Gerli, University of Northumbria at Newcastle; Jason Whalley, University of Northumbria at Newcastle

Fracking Industry Influence on Network Availability in Underserved Areas of Pennsylvania, Benjamin W. Cramer, Pennsylvania State University

From Lofty Guarantees to Basic Protections: Benchmarking Privacy and Data Protection Standards in Chinese Government Programs, Huiping Zhang; Krishna Jayakar, Pennsylvania State University; Tang Zhiwei

Hello... Are You Still There? An Empirical Analysis How Market Structure Affects Quality in Mobile Networks, Nicolas Wellmann

Hiding in the Open: How Tech Policy Can Benefit from 'Openness by Design' Principles, Richard S. Whitt, Netsedge

Homophily In Social Media: Analyzing People-to-People Connectivity Between Nations Through Facebook Data, Yudhanjaya Wijeratne, LIRNEasia

How is India Innovating Technologically and What is the Reliance on the Patent System? Ashish Bharadwaj, Jindal Global Law School

How Public Should Public Data Be? Privacy & E-Governance in India, Chintan Vaishnav, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Impact of Mobile Licenses Duration on Investment, François Jeanjean, France Telecom - Orange Group; Marc Lebourges, France Telecom; Julienne Liang, France Telecom

Incentivizing Investment in the Internet Ecosystem and Net Neutrality Regulation: Taking it to the Edge, David Gabel, Department of Economics; Joan Nix, Queens College

Integrated Wireless Network Assessment System for Marginally Connected Communities, Carleen Maitland, Pennsylvania State University; Rich Caneba, Pennsylvania State University - College of Information Sciences & Technology; Paul Schmitt, Princeton University; Thomas Koutsky, USAID Global Development Lab

Interactivity, Awareness, and Adoption: The Impact of Mobile Phones on Agricultural Innovation in Africa, Heather Hudson, University of Alaska Anchorage - Institute of Social and Economic Research

IoT Security International Regulatory Survey, Mark Walker, CableLabs

Is Broadband Speed a Barrier to Internet Use in Rural Communities? An Assessment of Mobile Infrastructure and Internet Use Habits in Urban and Rural Nigeria Erezi Ogbo, Carnegie Mellon University; Tim Brown, Carnegie Mellon University; Douglas Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University

Is Faster Better? Quantifying the Relationship between Broadband Speed and Economic Growth, George S. Ford, Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies

Is the 2014 E-Rate Reform a Game Changer? An Empirical Analysis of Pennsylvania Data, Jenna Grzeslo, Pennsylvania State University, Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications; Yang, Bai, Pennsylvania State University, Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications; Min Bumgi, Pennsylvania State University, Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications; Krishna Jayakar, Pennsylvania State University

Keep Calm and Fight on: A Comparative Study of Network Neutrality in the United States, South Korea and Israel, Sangyong Han, University of Pennsylvania Law School; Amit M. Schejter, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Last-Mile Connectivity Deployments in the Global South: An Exploratory Study of the Sustainability of New Business Models, Sharada Srinivasan, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Locating the Moral Core of Digital Consent for a Global Internet, Meg Leta Jones, Georgetown University - Communication, Culture, and Technology; Elizabeth Edenberg, Georgetown University - Kennedy Institute of Ethics

Measuring Mobile Broadband Performance, Steven Bauer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS); William Lehr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)

Mobile Privacy and Business-to-Platform Dependencies: An Analysis of SEC Disclosures, Ronan Fathaigh, University of Amsterdam - Institute for Information Law (IViR); Joris van Hoboken, University of Amsterdam - Institute for Information Law (IViR); N.A.N.M. van Eijk, Institute for Information Law (IViR)

Modelling the Impact of Spectrum Sharing on Spectrum Value: The US Citizen Broadband Radio Service Ecosystem, Fernando Betrán, University of Auckland

NewSpace Spectrum Sharing: Assessing Interference Risk and Mitigations for New Satellite Constellations, Susan Tonkin; Jean Pierre de Vries, University of Colorado at Boulder Law School - Silicon Flatirons Center

On the Application of Blockchain Technology to Spectrum Sharing, Kevin D. Werbach, University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Legal Studies & Business Ethics Department; Martin B. H. Weiss, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences; Douglas Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University; Carlos Caicedo, Syracuse University - School of Information Studies

Public Understanding of Algorithms and Trust in Platforms, Grant Blank, University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute; Bianca Reisdorf

Regulating the IoT: Discrimination, Privacy, and Cybersecurity in the Artificial Intelligence Age, Charlotte Tschider, Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Reviewing a Historical Internet Vulnerability: Why Isn't BGP More Secure and What Can We Do About it?, Cecilia Testart, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Revisiting Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act: Using Legislative History to Understand and Evaluate the Evolution of Social Networks, Robyn Caplan, Data & Society Research Institute; Philip M. Napoli, Duke University

Riding with Rawls: The Ethical Policy-Making Framework that Helps the Law Catch Up with Technology, Makes Social Media Fair and Balances National Security with Privacy, Morten Bay, UCLA Dept. of Information Studies

Roles for Policy-Makers in Emerging Cyber Insurance Industry Partnerships, Josephine Wolff, Rochester institute of Technology; William Lehr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)

Sophisticated Spectrum Sharing Analysis: The Case of the 5.9 GHz Band, Yimin Pang, University of Colorado, Boulder; Joey Padden, CableLabs; Rob Alderfer, CableLabs

Spectrum Valuation: Implications for Sharing and Secondary Markets, Marcela Gomez, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences; Martin B. H. Weiss, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences; William Lehr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL); Giulia McHenry, Government of the United States of America - National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Take Home Technology: Bridging the Homework Gap for American Children, Alexis Schrubbe, University of Texas at Austin, Radio-Television-Film

Taming the Algorithm in the Room: Artificial Intelligence Regulation for the Social Good, Dawn Schrader, Cornell University; Dipayan Ghosh

Techno-Economics of Licensed Shared Access with Mobile Network Operators Leasing Spectrum to PMSE Users, Andra Voicu, RWTH Aachen University - Institute for Networked Systems; Shaham Shabani, RWTH Aachen University; Douros Vaggelis, RWTH Aachen University; Ljiljana Simic, RWTH Aachen University; Petri Mähönen, RWTH Aachen University

Technology Change and Its Impact on Labor Markets: A Historical Perspective, Martha Garcia-Murillo, Syracuse University - School of Information Studies; Ian MacInnes, Syracuse University

Telecom Deja Vu: A Model for Sharing in Broadband Access, Douglas Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University; William Lehr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)

Telecommunications Resilience and Recovery: Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, Carleen Maitland, Pennsylvania State University; Jon M. Peha, Carnegie Mellon University

Telemarketing, Technology, and the Regulation of Private Speech, Justin (Gus) Hurwitz, University of Nebraska at Lincoln - College of Law

The 2016 FCC Broadcast Incentive Auction, Michelle P. Connolly, Duke University - Department of Economics; Elizabeth Lim, Duke University; Frances Mitchell, Duke University; Akshaya Trivedi, Duke University

The Evolution of Broadband Competition in Local US Markets: A Distributional Analysis, Kenneth Flamm, University of Texas at Austin - Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs; Pablo Varas, University of Texas at Austin

The Growing Importance of Being Always On -- A First Look at the Reliability of Broadband Internet Access, Zachary Bischof, Northwestern University; Fabian Bustamante, Northwestern University; Nick Feamster, Princeton University

The Impact of Technology Procurement Regulations on Social Value and National Competitiveness, Frank Nagle, University of Southern California

The Importance of Broadband and Other Infrastructure for Entrepreneurship, James E. Prieger, Pepperdine University

The Low Capital Intensity of Telecommunications and its Business and Policy Implications, Andrew Odlyzko, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - School of Mathematics and Digital Technology Center

The Policy Potential of Measurements of Internet Outages, John Heidemann, USC; Yuri Pradkin, USC; Guillermo Baltra, USC

The Price of Innovation: What the United States Can Learn from India's Software Patent Framework, Nadia Baksh, Howard University

The Smart Flanders Program: A Collaborative and Co-Creative Approach to the Development and Implementation of a Joint Open Data Policy Amongst Cities, Nil Walravens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, imec-SMIT

Towards a Smart Policy Framework for Fostering IoT Innovation and Adoption: Analysis of Field Interviews and Public Comments, Gwanhoo Lee, American University

Towards an ‘IGF Barometer’: Exploring the Intangible Effects of the Internet Governance Forum, Dmitry Epstein, University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Communication; Brandie Martin Nonnecke, University of California Berkeley

Tragedy of the Thermostats: Myth vs Market, Vaibhav Garg, Comcast; Mark Walker, CableLabs; Jacob Malone, CableLabs

Trends in Internet Privacy and Security Perceptions and Online Activity, Edward Carlson, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); Rafi M. Goldberg, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); Giulia McHenry, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); Maureen Lewis, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA); Wallis Romzek, American University

Understanding Digital Trade: Examining Data Flows and Their Relationship to Trade, Milton Mueller, Georgia Institute of Technology

Understanding the Gender Digital Divide: Social Norms and the USAID WomenConnect Challenge, Thomas Koutsky, USAID Global Development Lab; Revi Sterling, USAID

Understanding the ICT Use Gender Gap in Latin America Roxana Barrantes, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos – IEP; Aileen Aguero Garcia, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos – IEP; Paulo Matos, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos – IEP

Urban Myths of the Digital Divide: An Exploration of Connectivity, Breadth of Use, and Interest Across Detroit Neighborhoods, Laleah Fernandez, Michigan State University - Quello Center; William H. Dutton, Michigan State University - Quello Center; Keith Hampton, Michigan State University - Quello Center; Bianca Reisdorf, Michigan State University - Quello Center

Urban Poverty and the Internet: Information Needs, Technology and Local Policy, Sharon Strover, University of Texas at Austin

We Care About Different Things: Non-Elite Conceptualizations of Social Media Privacy, Kelly Quinn, University of Illinois at Chicago; Dmitry Epstein, University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Communication 

What Social Media Platforms Can Learn from Audience Measurement: Lessons in the Self-Regulation of 'Black Boxes', Philip M. Napoli, Duke University

When Best Effort is Not Good Enough: Incomplete Contracting, Risk Allocation, and Demand for Consumer Protection in the Market for Broadband Access Services, Reza Rajabiun, Ryerson University; Carmen Scurato, National Hispanic Media Coalition

Which Way the Wind Blows: Assessing Digital Economy Predictions, Richard Bennett, High Tech Forum

Whispering Into Princes' Ears: An Empirical Analysis of Ex Parte Meetings at the Federal Communications Commission, Adam Candeub, Michigan State University College of Law; Sherrod Blankner, Phlebas Consulting

Whither the Public Internet?, William Lehr , Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL); David D. Clark, MIT CSAIL; Steven Bauer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS); Arthur Berger,  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Who Gets Broadband When? A Panel Data Analysis of Demographic, Economic and Technological Factors Explaining U.S. Broadband Deployment, Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University - Department of Computer Science; Vamsi Gadiraju, Columbia University - Department of Computer Science; Panat Anthony, Columbia University - Department of Computer Science, Sam Kececi, Columbia University - Department of Computer Science

 Zero-Rating and Net Neutrality in the Mobile Market: The Case of Japan, Toshiya Jitsuzumi, Faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University