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Telecom Policy Congressional Briefing 2017


Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

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What’s in store for the Next 4 Years in Communications Policy?  TPRC will host a thought-provoking discussion on key topics on the horizon in communications policy.  Expert researchers will consider issues related to spectrum, the open internet, cybersecurity, and blockchain technology with the goal of better informing policymakers.

Since its founding in 1971, TPRC has been the leading annual conference on communications, information and Internet policy, drawing the best minds from around the world.  Prior to this year’s conference, TPRC will convene a group of policy researchers for brief presentations on their current, policy­‐relevant work.                                       

Please save‐the‐date and join us for refreshments and a thought‐provoking discussion.


Maggie Reardon, C-Net (invited)


  • Michelle P. Connolly, Duke University,  U.S. Spectrum
  • Jonathan Cave, University of Warwick, Privacy and Security
  • Bianca Christin Reisdorf, Michigan State University, Race and Digital Inequalities
  • Philip M. Napoli, Duke University,  First Amendment and Fake News 

This year's conference takes place on September 8-9 at Antonin Scalia Law School George Mason University. For more information about the conference, visit


Have questions about Telecom Policy Congressional Briefing 2017? Contact TPRC

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Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

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TPRC47 | 47th Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy

September 20-21, 2019
American University Washington College of Law, Washington DC

TPRC is an annual conference on communication, information and Internet policy that convenes international and interdisciplinary researchers and policymakers from academia, industry, government, and nonprofit organizations. Its purpose is to present original research relevant to policy making, share information about areas where research is needed, and engage in discussion on current policy issues. The conference program consists of presentations selected from submitted paper abstracts, student papers, posters and proposals for panels, tutorials, and demonstrations.

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