I hope you had your rest and relaxation over the Thanksgiving holiday because things are kicking into gear again, with events on cybercrime, telecommunications law and the Internet of Things.
The Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies holds an event on patent regulation and policy.
New America hosts talk with Shane Harris, author of “@War: The Rise of the Military-Internet Complex.”
New York University’s Information Law Institute and Microsoft’s Innovation & Policy center host an event titled “Building Privacy Into Data-Driven Education.”
The Phoenix Center for Advanced Legal & Economic Public Policy Studies holds its U.S. Telecoms Symposium.
The Planetary Society holds an event on the future of solar system exploration.
The Bipartisan Policy Center holds an event on health information technology.
The Cato Institute hosts a talk with Terence Kealey, vice-chancellor emeritus at the University of Buckingham, on public funding of science and research.
The House Oversight & Government Reform Committee holds a hearing on the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act.
The Information Technology Industry Council and Intel host an event on technology, policy and emerging health crises.
Georgetown University Law Center and the Justice Department’s Criminal Division sponsor an event titled “Cybercrime 2020: The Future of Online Crime and Investigations.”
The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation’s Center for Data Innovation holds an event on the Internet of Things.
Republic 3.0 hosts a panel discussion on progressives and a rewrite of the 1996 Telecommunications Act.