TPRC on the Hill
Thursday, September 19, 2019
1pm - 2pm
Room 303 in the Cannon House Office Building
27 Independence Ave. SE Washington, DC 20003
TPRC: Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy, the world’s foremost conference on communications and technology policy research, will be bringing this year’s conference highlights to Capitol Hill. Please join us to hear from leading researchers in the areas of broadband access and adoption, as well as artificial intelligence and other emerging technology policy issues. Lunch will be provided.
Panel to include:
Applying Antitrust in Digital Markets, Mark Jamison, University of Florida
The Political Outcomes of Unfriending: Social Network Curation, Network Agreeability, and Political Participation, Craig Robertson, Michigan State University
Cloud Control: China’s 2017 Cybersecurity Law and its Role in US Data Standardization, Aynne Kokas, University of Virginia
Increasing Low-Income Broadband Adoption through Private Incentives, Scott Wallsten, Technology Policy Institute
5G and Net Neutrality, Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania
This event is designed to comply with all House and Senate rules for a widely attended event.
About TPRC: This year's conference takes place on September 20-21 at American University Washington College of Law. For additional information concerning the conference, visit www.tprcweb.com. Please contact Laura.Verinder@gmail.com with any questions.
Since 1971, TPRC has been the leading annual conference on communications, information and Internet policy. TPRC convenes international and interdisciplinary researchers and policymakers from academia, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations to present original research relevant to policy making, share information about areas where more research is needed, and engage in discussion on current policy issues.