Overview: TPRC is an annual conference on information policy that convenes researchers and policymakers from academia, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations. TPRC strives to inspire top quality information, communications, and technology policy research, and to connect researchers, policymakers, lawyers, and practitioners. TPRC is the longest-running conference of its kind, and has a legacy of showcasing cutting-edge research across multiple disciplines and international perspectives.
Dates and Location: The 2016 conference will be held from the morning of Friday, September 30 through Saturday, October 1, 2016, at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. A Capitol Hill event and the Graduate Student Consortium will take place a day before the conference on Thursday, September 29. Our long-standing attendees should take note of the change in format from prior years: TPRC will be held all day Friday, September 30 and all day Saturday, October 1. There will be no Sunday sessions.
TPRC is a great place to meet new people, and to reconnect with experts in the field of Internet policy, communications, and information. We are a diverse and energetic community of scholars, and we welcome your participation!