Congratulations to the following papers accepted to be presented at this year's conference. Check out our Paper Session pages for specific scheduling. (Friday papers and Saturday papers)

5G Technologies and the Implication on Spectrum Policies
Mohammed Alotaibi, Carnegie Mellon University, Mohammed Altamimi, University of Pittsburgh

A New Spectrum License for Old Circumstances: A Retrospective Look at the Nextel Interference Proceedings
Martin Saint, Carnegie Mellon University, Tim Brown, Carnegie Mellon University

A Penny for Their Creations - An Empirical Study of Social Media Users’ Awareness to Rights in Uploaded Creations
Amit Elazari Bar On, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

A Practical Guide to Applying the Law of the Sea into the Internet: Where the Internet Root Zone and the High Seas Find Each Other
Patricia Adriana Vargas Leon, Syracuse University, School of Information Studies, Farzaneh Badiei, Georgia Institute of Technology

A Socio-Technical Analysis of China's Cyber Security Policy: Towards Delivering Trusted E-Government Services
Huiping Zhang, Zhiwei Tang, Krishna Jayakar, Pennsylvania State University

A Survey of Internet Peering Policies
Robert Cannon, Cybertelecom

A Taxonomy of Information Distribution Organizations
Jasmine E. McNealy, University of Florida - College of Journalism & Communication

Algorithm, Transparent But Invisible?: What People Actually Know and Trust About Google Search Algorithm
Soyoung Park, University of Texas at Austin, Radio-Television-Film

An Analysis of Job and Wage Growth in the Telecom/Tech Sector
Michael Mandel, Progressive Policy Institute

An Economic Welfare Analysis of Shared Spectrum Use: A Case Study of LTE-U/LAA
Mark Bykowsky, Federal Communications Commission, William W. Sharkey, Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

An Empirical Evaluation of Deployed DPI Middleboxes and Their Implications for Policymakers
David Choffnes, Northeastern University, Phillipa Gill, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Alan Mislove, Northeastern University

Balancing Security and Other Requirements in Hastily Formed Networks: The Case of the Syrian Refugee Response
Carleen Maitland, Pennsylvania State University, Rakesh Bharania, Cisco Systems Inc.

Beyond the Mogul: The Control of Media by Non-Media Firms
Eli M. Noam, Columbia Business School - Finance and Economics

Business Data Services: Crucial Link and Market Power Choke Point in the Digital Communications Network
Mark Cooper, Institute for Energy and the Environment

Cellular Economies of Scale and Why Disparities in Spectrum Holdings are Detrimental
Jon M. Peha, Carnegie Mellon University

Commodifying Trust: Policy Implications of Blockchaining the Internet of Things
Lee W. McKnight, Syracuse University iSchool, Richie Etwaru, Nick Lehrman

Common Sense: An Examination of Three Los Angeles Community WiFi Projects that Privileged Public Funding Over Commons-Based Infrastructure Management
Gwen Shaffer, California State University Long Beach

Compatibility and Interoperability in Mobile Phone-Based Banking Networks
Nicholas Economides, New York University - Leonard N. Stern School of Business - Department of Economics, Przemyslaw Jeziorski, University of California, Berkeley - Haas School of Business

Complementary Realities: Internet Measurements in the Development of Canada's Universal Access Policies
Reza Rajabiun, Ryerson University, Fenwick McKelvey, Concordia University, Quebec

Connecting the Unconnected: The Case of Mexico's Wholesale Shared Network
Zoraida Frias, Universidad Politocnica de Madrid, Juan Carlos Bocarando, Universidad Popular Autanoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP)

Content Analysis of Cyber Insurance Policies: How Do Carriers Write Policies and Price Cyber Risk?
Sasha Romanosky, RAND Corporation, Lilian Ablon, RAND Corporation, Andreas Kuehn, RAND Corporation, Therese Jones, RAND Corporation

Cyber Security Capacity: Does It Matter?
William H. Dutton, Michigan State University - Quello Center, Sadie Creese, University of Oxford, Ruth Shillair, Michigan State University - Department of Telecommunication, Maria Bada, University of Oxford

Data for Good? Disclosure of Data Management Practices by Political Advocacy Organizations
Luis E. Hestres, University of Texas at San Antonio

Degrees of Ignorance About the Costs of Data Breaches: What Policymakers Can and Can't Do About the Lack of Good Empirical Data
Josephine Wolff, Rochester institute of Technology, William Lehr, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)

Designing E-Participation Processes and Platforms for Multistakeholder Internet Governance: Perceptions, Politics, and Practices in ICANN's Implementation of IdeaScale
Brandie Martin Nonnecke, University of California Berkeley, Dmitry Epstein, University of Illinois at Chicago - Department of Communication

Digital and Economic Inclusion: How Internet Adoption Impacts Banking Status
Giulia McHenry, Government of the United States of America - National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), Rafi M. Goldberg, US Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Maureen Lewis, Government of the United States of America - National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), Edward Carlson, Government of the United States of America - National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)

Disclosures on Network Management Practices and Performance of Broadband Service
Juan Manuel Roldan, Carnegie Mellon University

Dropping the Bundle? Welfare Effects of Content and Internet
Petrus Potgieter, University of South Africa, Bronwyn E. Howell, Victoria University of Wellington - School of Management

Emerging Business Models in the OTT Service Sector: A Global Inventory
Eun-A Park, Pennsylvania State University

Exploration of the Federal Communications Commission's Experimental Radio Service (ERS): A Deeper Understanding of Ten Years of Experimental Spectrum Licenses
Pedro Jose Bustamante, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences, Martin B. H. Weiss, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences, Douglas Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University

Follow the Money: Piracy and Online Advertising
Michail Batikas, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich - Faculty of Business Administration (Munich School of Management), Jorg Claussen, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich - Faculty of Business Administration (Munich School of Management), Christian Peukert, University of Zurich - Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Information Technology

From Net Neutrality to Application Store Neutrality? The Impact of Application Stores’ Ranking Policies on Application Quality and Welfare
Jan Kraemer, University of Passau, Oliver Zierke, University of Passau

GDPR: Short Run Outputs vs. Long Term Welfare. Mapping the EU's General Data Protection Regulation to Best Practices for Online Privacy
Roslyn Layton, Aalborg University, Edmond Baranes, University Montpellier I

Geographic Patterns and Socio-Economic Influences on Internet Use in U.S. States: A Spatial and Multivariate Analysis
Avijit Sarkar, University of Redlands - School of Business, James B. Pick, University of Redlands, Elizabeth Parrish, University of Redlands - School of Business

Getting There from Here: 30 in 2020 in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Lee W. McKnight, Syracuse University iSchool, Yihan Yu, Syracuse University

Global Governance of the Embedded Internet: The Urgency and the Policy Response
Jenifer Sunrise Winter, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Richard D. Taylor, University of Hawaii School of Comms

How Compatible are the DOJ and FCC's Approaches to Identifying Harms to Telecommunications Innovation?
Ryland Sherman, Indiana University Bloomington

Identifying Market Power in Times of Constant Change
Janice Alane Hauge, University of North Texas

Information Communications Technology and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
Haftu Girmay

Information Policy Dimension of Emerging Technologies
Radhika Garg, University of Zurich, Corinna Schmitt, University of Zurich - Faculty of Economics, Business Administration and Information Technology, Burkhard Stiller

Investigating End-To-End Integrity Violations in Internet Traffic
Alan Mislove, Northeastern University

Learning from or Leaning On? How Children Affect Internet Use by Adults'
Hernan Galperin, University of Southern California, Malena Arcidiacono, CEDLAS-UNLP

Libraries, the National Digital Platform, and Inclusion
Sharon Strover, University of Texas at Austin, Brian Whitacre, Oklahoma State University, Colin Rhinesmith, Simmons College, Alexis Schrubbe, University of Texas at Austin, Radio-Television-Film

Limiting the Market for Information as a Tool of Governance: Evidence from Russia
Klaus Ackermann, Center for Data Science and Public Policy, University of Chicago

Matching Markets for Spectrum Sharing
Marcela M. Gomez, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences, Martin B. H. Weiss, University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences, Giulia McHenry, Government of the United States of America - National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), Linda Doyle, Trinity College Dublin

Measurement of Household Willingness-To-Pay for Broadband Internet Speed
Yu-Hsin Liu, Indiana University - Kelley School of Business - Department of Business Economics & Public Policy, Jeffrey Prince, Indiana University - Kelley School of Business - Department of Business Economics & Public Policy, Scott Wallsten, Technology Policy Institute

Mitigating Risk: Insurance for the Internet of Unexpected Things
Martin Saint, Carnegie Mellon University, Aminata Garba, Carnegie Mellon University

Mobile Service Substitution. A Wall or a Bridge for Internet Penetration Growth in Rural Africa? A Case Study in Nigeria
Erezi Ogbo, Carnegie Mellon University, Tim Brown, Carnegie Mellon University, Douglas Sicker, Carnegie Mellon University

Municipal Fiber in the United States: An Empirical Assessment
Christopher S. Yoo, University of Pennsylvania Law School

Networked Privacy and Security
Jonathan Cave, University of Warwick

Not a Scarce Natural Resource: Alternatives to Spectrum-Think
Jeffrey Westling, University of Colorado at Boulder, School of Law, Jean Pierre De Vries, University of Colorado at Boulder Law School - Silicon Flatirons Center

Number Effects and Tacit Collusion in Oligopolistic Markets
Niklas Horstmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Jan Kraemer, University of Passau, Daniel Schnurr, University of Passau

Price-Cap Regulation of Firms that Supply Their Rivals
Omar A Nayeem, Federal Communications Commission, Aleksandr Yankelevich, Michigan State University - Quello Center

Privacy, Information Acquisition, and Market Competition
Soo Jin Kim, Michigan State University - Department of Economics

Quantitative Analysis of the Impact of Roaming Like at Home on the Business Case of Mobile (Virtual) Network Operators in Europe
Jonathan Spruytte, Marlies Van der Wee, Ghent University - imec, Mieke De Regt, BIPT, Sofie Verbrugge

Search and Politics: A Cross-National Survey
William H. Dutton, Michigan State University - Quello Center, Bianca Christin Reisdorf, Elizabeth Dubois, University of Oxford - Oxford Internet Institute, Grant Blank, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

Siri, Who's the Boss? For Whom Do Intelligent Agents Work?
Salil K. Mehra, Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law

Smartphones and Urban Transportation Mode Choice
Joseph F Wyer, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Wesley W. Wilson, University of Oregon - Department of Economics

Smile for the Camera: Privacy and Policy Implications of Emotion AI
Elaine Sedenberg, University of California, Berkeley, John Chuang, University of California, Berkeley - School of Information

Spectrum Management Issues for the Operation of Commercial Services with UAVs
Carlos Caicedo, Syracuse University - School of Information Studies

Spectrum Policies for Intelligent Transportation Systems
Alexandre K. Ligo, Carnegie Mellon University, Jon M. Peha, Carnegie Mellon University

Streamlining Permitting Processes for Wireless Infrastructure
Irena Stevens, University of Colorado at Boulder, Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program

Technological Diversification into "Blue Oceans"? A Patent-Based Analysis of Mobile Health and Smart Energy Patent Profiles of ICT Firms
Bert M. Sadowski, Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE), Jason Whalley, Ãnder Nomaler, Eindhoven University of Technology (TUE)

The 'Innovation Radar': A New Policy Tool to Support Innovation Management
Paul Desruelle, European Commission Joint Research Center, Daniel Nepelski

The Challenge of Internet and Social Media on Shield Law Legislation: Four Dimensions of Reporter's Privilege
Tuomo Mora, University of Helsinki

The Effects of Broadband Data Caps: A Critical Survey
Scott Jordan, University of California, Irvine - Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

The Empirical Economics of Online Attention
Andre Boik, University of California, Davis - Department of Economics, Shane M. Greenstein, Harvard University - Technology & Operations Management Unit, Jeffrey Prince, Indiana University - Kelley School of Business - Department of Business Economics & Public Policy

The Evolution of U.S. Spectrum Values Over Time
Michelle P. Connolly, Duke University - Department of Economics, Nelson Sa¡, Vassar College, Christoper Roark, Duke University, Department of Economics, Azeem Zaman, Duke University, Department of Economics

The Functionalities of Success: A Psychological Exploration of Mobile Messenger Apps Success
Rene Arnold, Wissenschaftliches Institut fur Infrastruktur und Kommunikationsdienste, Anna Schneider, Hochschule Fresenius - University of Applied Sciences

The Internet of Platforms and Walled Gardens: Implications for an Open Internet
Rob Frieden, Pennsylvania State University

Race and Digital Inequalities: Policy Implications
Colin H Rhinesmith, Simmons College, Bianca Christin Reisdorf, Michigan State University

The Roles of Price and Quality Competition in U.S. Broadband Service Markets
Kenneth Flamm, University of Texas at Austin - Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, Carlos Herrera, Dept of Economics

Towards the Successful Deployment of 5G in Europe: Two Contrasting Scenarios
Wolter Lemstra, Delft University of Technology - Department Technology, Policy and Management

TV White Space as a Feasible Solution to Spread Mobile Broadband
Miquel Oliver, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Francisco Salas, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Uncertainty in the National Infrastructure Assessment of Telecommunications
Edward Oughton, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Understanding the Trend to Mobile-Only for Internet Connections: A Decomposition Analysis
Jacob Manlove, Oklahoma State University - Stillwater - Department of Agricultural Economics, Brian Whitacre, Oklahoma State University

User-Generated Content: An Examination of Users and the Commodification of Instagram Posts
June Price Macon, University of Illinois Chicago

Using Aggregate Market Data to Estimate Patent Damages
R. Scott Hiller, Fairfield University - Department of Economics, Scott Savage, University of Colorado at Boulder - Department of Economics, Donald Waldman, University of Colorado at Boulder - Department of Economics

Web Accessibility Standards as Organizational Innovations: An Empirical Analysis in a Developing Country Context
Krishna Jayakar, Pennsylvania State University, Zhiwei Tang, Huiping Zhang, Yang Bai, Pennsylvania State University - College of Communications

What If More Speech Is No Longer the Solution? First Amendment Theory Meets the Filter Bubble
Philip M. Napoli, Duke University

What is the Impact of Broadband Bandwidth Variability on Quality of Life?: Lessons from Sweden
Moinul Zaber, University of Dhaka, Erik Bohlin, Chalmers University of Technology

When Regulation Fills a Policy Gap: Toward Universal Broadband in the Remote North
Heather Hudson, University of Alaska Anchorage - Institute of Social and Economic Research

You Get What You Measure: Internet Performance Measurement as a Policy Tool
Richard Bennett, Engineering Consultant