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Introduction Supporting policies that promote competition is a key part of Public Knowledge’s effort to promote freedom of expression on affordable communications platforms for all. In the digital age, the way we consume products and information is changing as new technologies become ever more integrated into our daily experiences. It’s important that we reflect on […]
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Contents Introduction: What is Public Interest Advocacy? Who is a Public Interest Advocate? SMART Goals for Advocates Maximizing Your Impact with Congress and Other Policy Makers One-on-One Advocacy: Meeting with Policy Makers Tips on Creating an Advocacy One-Pager Communication and Outreach Tips Navigating the FCC: Participating through Comments FCC Leadership 1.         Introduction: What is Public […]
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Job Purpose: The Office Administrator ensures the efficient day-to-day operation of the office, manages the reception area, and ensures the efficient organization of the office. This role will provide administrative support to management and other staff. The successful candidate will be a highly qualified and experienced administrative assistant who possesses excellent interpersonal skills, values attention to […]
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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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This video draws attention to the growing list of giveaways by Congress and Federal Communications Commission Chairman Pai to large cable and telecommunications companies that act as local broadband monopolies.
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Right now, three bad bills are cruising swiftly through Congress that seriously threaten our fundamental consumer safeguards. This dangerous trifecta is waiting in the wings to slash regulatory agency ability to protect consumers – among them the Federal Communications Commission. But there is still time to stop them if we all act fast! The house […]
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Summary: Public Knowledge is seeking candidates who are graduating in spring 2017 and spring 2018 for public interest legal fellowships in the area of internet and communications policy. Candidates would work with Public Knowledge to secure a public interest sponsor, such as the candidate’s law school, Equal Justice Works, or another source. Position: Policy Fellow Position Summary: Public […]
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Position: Policy Fellow (two-year position) Position 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, with possible […]
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Public Knowledge Opportunity to Submit Equal Justice Works Fellowship Application for 2020-2022 Term On June 20, 2019, Equal Justice Works opened its application process for two-year fellowships that begin in September of 2020. Public Knowledge encourages rising third year law students and others who qualify to submit an application for an EJW fellowship with PK as a […]
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Moderator: Courtney Duffy (@cduffy90), Arts & Technology Policy Fellow at Fractured Atlas (@fracturedatlas), Public Knowledge (@publicknowledge), and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation (@DeutschFound) Panelists: -Francis Bitonti (@francisbitonti), Artist and Fashion Designer, Francis Bitonti Studio -Kate Blacklock, Artist and Professor of Industrial Design, Rhode Island School of Design (@risd) -Adam Huttler (@AdamTheHutt), Founder and Executive Director, […]
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