Creating A Cybersecurity “Energy Star” for Our Connected Future
Public Knowledge 1818 N St. NW, Suite 410 Washington DC, 20036
This #DCCyberWeek roundtable discussion will focus on a working paper outlining how the United States might develop an “Energy Star” label for consumer-grade internet-of-things products. We’ll provide an advance copy of the draft paper to all participants and an opportunity for feedback during the roundtable.
Russell Senate Office Building Room SR-485 Washington DC, 20002
Unregulated data collection and use in the United States has eroded public trust in companies to safeguard and use data responsibly. Irresponsible data practices lead to a broad range of harms, including discrimination in employment, health care, and advertising, data breaches, and loss of individuals’ control over personal information. The public needs and deserves strong and comprehensive federal legislation that will protect their privacy and afford meaningful redress, while preserving the ability of governments at all levels to play a role in privacy protection and enforcement.
Congressional Briefing on Net Neutrality Oral Arguments
U.S. Capitol Visitors Center Congressional Meeting Room North - CVC 268 Washington DC, 20515
On February 1, 2019, the Federal Communications Commission went to court to attempt to defend its 2017 decision to gut the agency's net neutrality consumer protections and eliminate all FCC oversight of internet service providers (ISPs).