The Federal Communications Commission’s law-focused Open Internet roundtables and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden‘s Silicon Valley roundtable on surveillance impacts are among the events on tap this week
The Progressive Policy Institute, along with the Internet Society’s Greater Washington D.C. Chapter and George Washington University’s Institute for International Economic Policy host an event titled “Sizing Up the Digital Economy,” a panel discussion on a International Trade Commission report.
The FCC holds Open Internet roundtable sessions on “Sources of Legal Authority” and “Construction of Legally Sustainable Rules.”
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation holds an event on data-driven innovation.
Wyden holds a roundtable in Silicon Valley on the impact of surveillance.
The American Enterprise Institute hosts an event featuring Jeff Pulver, known for his work on Voice over Internet Protocol.
George Mason University School of Law’s Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property kicks off a two-day intellectual property conference.
The Internet Innovation Alliance and Pew Research Center hold an event titled “Killer Apps in the Gigabit Age: New Research & Panel Discussion.”
The Center for Global Development holds an event titled “Delivering on the Data Revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa.”