Posts by Michele Ambadiang:

Communication networks have seen a lot of change over the past 20 years. Today, the wireless industry is shutting down 2G and 3G networks to make room for 5G, the next generation of wireless technology. Phasing out obsolete legacy networks and repurposing the spectrum will bring enormous benefits to the public. Unlike transitions before it […]
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  Public Knowledge has been a leader on emerging technology policy. In 2011, we started the popular “3D/DC,” an annual interactive conference covering the crucial 3D printing policies that were shaping the industry. In 2018, we evolved this annual conference to cover a range of emerging technologies beyond 3D printing, including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, […]
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  The IP3 Awards is a special occasion to honor those who have made significant contributions in the three areas of IP: Intellectual Property, Information Policy, and Internet Protocol. This year will be the 18th year Public Knowledge has held the awards, and we can’t wait to celebrate with you. We’ll be holding this year’s […]
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  Communication networks have seen a lot of change over the past 20 years. Today, the wireless industry is shutting down 2G and 3G networks to make room for 5G, the next generation of wireless technology. Phasing out obsolete legacy networks and repurposing the spectrum will bring enormous benefits to the public. Unlike transitions before […]
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The fight for an open internet has been ongoing over the past two decades. In 2014, there was a light at the end of the tunnel; Tom Wheeler, who was at the time the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, introduced net neutrality rules that received a record-breaking 4 million comments calling for reclassifying broadband […]
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  With featured speakers: Victor Pickard Author of Democracy Without Journalism? Professor, University of Pennsylvania Sue Wilson Emmy-winning Director of Broadcast Blues, activist journalist, founder of Media Action Center Christopher Lewis Christopher Lewis is President and CEO at Public Knowledge. Before joining Public Knowledge in 2012, Chris worked for the Federal Communications Commission Office of Legislative Affairs, Senator Ted Kennedy’s office, […]
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Twenty years ago, we saw the creation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It was intended to modernize copyright law for the digital age. Instead, it made it much worse. Ordinary activities in the physical world — like loaning a copy of something, giving it away, or reselling it — are prohibited in the digital […]
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    Twenty years ago, we saw the creation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. It was intended to modernize copyright law for the digital age. Instead, it made it much worse. Ordinary activities in the physical world — like loaning a copy of something, giving it away, or reselling it — are prohibited in […]
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In January of 2012, an unprecedented coordinated protest took place online in opposition to two federal bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). More than 115,000 websites published protest content or even completely shut down for the day in an attempt to shut down these internet blacklist attempts. The […]
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In January of 2012, an unprecedented coordinated protest took place online in opposition to two federal bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). More than 115,000 websites published protest content or even completely shut down for the day in an attempt to shut down these internet blacklist attempts. The […]
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