Posts by Public Knowledge:

Summary: Public Knowledge is seeking candidates for a one year public interest fellowship advocating for policies that advance diversity, inclusion, and opportunity through federal internet and communications policy. Position: Policy Fellow Location: Washington, DC Position Summary: Public Knowledge fellowships provide an opportunity to learn valuable legal, analytical, and policymaking skills in an on-the-job setting that […]
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Summary: The Development Manager will play a key role in Public Knowledge’s mission to promote freedom of expression, an open internet, and access to affordable communications tools and creative works in the U.S. and globally.   This position is responsible for working with the President, leadership team, Board of Directors, and program staff for planning and […]
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Position: Policy Fellow (two-year position) Job Description Summary: The GW Fellows will promote fundamental human rights in the digital economy by creating and executing strategies to promote the open internet, balanced intellectual property rights, and communications competition. Two GW Fellows will be selected and the fellowship term of two years will be served at Public Knowledge. […]
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On this episode of the in_beta podcast, Global Partners Digital’s Charles Bradley asks Public Knowledge President Gene Kimmelman the question, “should the tech giants of Silicon Valley be broken up?” You can read the full transcript of the podcast here, but here are some highlights: Big tech platforms are growing, and we’re seeing signs of […]
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Transcript of in_beta podcast episode, “Should the Tech Giants of Silicon Valley Be Broken Up?” Charles: Welcome to in_beta where we discuss the big questions around human rights in the digital age. I'm Charles Bradley, GPD's Executive Director. It's a relatively little-known fact that for most of the twentieth century communications to the U.S. was […]
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Position Summary: The Director of the Patent Reform Project will manage a program that will 1) increase public and policymaker awareness about the need for significant reform of the US patent system; 2) seek to change the jurisprudence around patent law by participating as amicus curiae in key patent cases; and 3) develop and seek […]
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Use the tool below to be connected with your members of Congress, or simply text “Open Internet” to 52886. Learn more details about the Save the Internet Act below.  Despite public outrage and Congressional pressure, Chairman Ajit Pai succeeded in his repeal of vital net neutrality rules at the Federal Communications Commission’s last open meeting of 2017. This attack on the […]
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Position Summary: The Government Affairs Policy Advocate/Counsel will play a key role in implementing Public Knowledge's government affairs strategy, through advocacy, strategy development, and relationship building in Congress, at Federal agencies, within the Executive Branch, and across the public interest field. Position Status: Full-time
 Location: Washington, D.C.
 Reports to: Vice President, Government Affairs Essential duties: […]
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Public Knowledge advocates for freedom of expression, an open internet, affordable communications tools and other policies that benefit the public. As with all policymaking, our work doesn’t happen in a vacuum. We begin our policy research by analyzing particular markets, learning how they function and determining whether there are impediments to effectively promoting our mission […]
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