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Key Takeaways from “A Communications Oligopoly on Steroids”

July 24, 2017 Antitrust , Competition , Competition Policy

Public Knowledge President and CEO Gene Kimmelman partnered with Consumer Federation of America Research Director Mark Cooper and the Washington Center for Equitable Growth to publish “A Communications Oligopoly on Steroids: Why antitrust enforcement and regulatory oversight in digital communications matter.” Here are the key takeaways.

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Welcome Summer 2016 Interns!

May 23, 2016

We’re pleased to announce the Public Knowledge Interns for Summer 2016. Each year we select talented students from around the country to join us for the summer and experience public policy processes and public interest advocacy in Washington, D.C. Interns have opportunities to attend Congressional hearings and panel events, write legal filings and white papers, participate in outreach efforts and Capitol Hill visits, and much more. This year’s class of interns have a range of interests, from cybersecurity to internet governance to communications for emergency services to copyright reform. Learn more about our Summer 2016 interns below.

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Universal Service in an All-IP World

May 28, 2015 Tech Transitions , Universal Service

Today Public Knowledge released a white paper about the tech transitions, authored by Jodie Griffin.

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Comcast

September 15, 2014

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Businesses and Public Interest Groups Challenge Copyright Proposals on International Trade Agreement

July 9, 2014

Today, Public Knowledge, its partners in the global Our Fair Deal coalition, and a diverse international network of businesses, creators, innovators, start-ups, educators, libraries, archives, and users released two new open letters to negotiators of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The TPP is a highly secretive, supranational agreement reported to include copyright provisions that could significantly […]

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