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Things are getting back into swing after the three-day weekend with events this week on net neutrality and digital privacy, and a workshop on inmate calling services.
On Monday, the New America Foundation hosts a panel titled “National Insecurity Agency: How the NSA’s Surveillance Programs Undermine Internet Security.”
On Tuesday, Free Press holds an panel discussion on net neutrality.
The Cato Institute hosts an event Tuesday on overhauling the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
On Wednesday, the Federal Communications Commission holds a workshop on inmate calling services.
Health Affairs holds an event Wednesday on the publication’s July issue on big data and health care.
On Thursday, the School Superintendents Association, as part of its annual legislative advocacy conference, hosts a panel on student data privacy.
On Friday, the Federal Communications Commission holds an open meeting.