Items tagged "Webinar Series"

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Video: Will Local Journalism Survive the Pandemic?

April 23, 2020 Webinar Series

Local journalism has long faced challenges to its survival, and the COVID-19 pandemic presents a new threat of extinction. But, it’s one of our most essential resources, especially in the fight to counter misinformation online. Even as people turn to local journalism outlets more for information on the pandemic in their communities, local media operations […]

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Video: How Congress Can Protect Privacy During a Pandemic

April 9, 2020 Webinar Series

This is the second webinar of our latest series, where we cover protecting privacy during the pandemic. In the scramble to combat COVID-19, a number of worrying initiatives have been proposed, both here and abroad, to fight this virus. This has included geotracking individuals to see if they are complying with social distancing, directing individuals […]

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Video: How to Keep Americans Connected During the Crisis Webinar

March 26, 2020 Webinar Series

As Americans adopt social distancing, shifting to telework, online courses, and even video doctor visits, our nation must adapt. We need to enhance our telecommunications services through smart policy changes, many of which should stay in place after things return to “normal.” Here is our webinar discussion about specific regulatory and legislative solutions the FCC […]

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Moving Beyond Consent Models in Privacy Legislation: A Panel Recap

August 24, 2020 Consumer Privacy , Video , Webinar Series

This post authored by Stephanie Nguyen, Researcher at Consumer Reports. Many thanks to Consumer Reports’ Justin Brookman and Maureen Mahoney for contributing to this piece.  A few weeks ago, Public Knowledge convened a panel discussion: How Do We Move Beyond Consent Models in Privacy Legislation? This event featured keynote speaker Senator Sherrod Brown (@SenSherrodBrown) on […]

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