Congress has deadlocked for years on a range of tech policy issues. Will the 114th Congress be any different? Might Congress finally pass NSA and ECPA reform? Will the new year mean a new Communications Act? How might Congress respond to whatever the FCC does about net neutrality? What about copyright and patent law, video regulation, Internet governance, and ongoing oversight of the FCC, FTC and other agencies that handle tech issues?
On Thursday, November 6 at 3:30 PM-4:30 ET (12:30-1:30 pm PT) we launched TechFreedomTV, a series of debates, discussions, and interviews with leading experts in technology, academia, and politics.
Our first episode discussed how Tuesday’s election results will affect tech policy in the lame duck session, the next Congress, and beyond. The Hill’s Julian Hattem moderated a panel including:
- Rob Atkinson, Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (@robatkinsonitif)
- Kim Keenan, Minority Media & Telecommunications Council (@KimMKennan)
- David Redl (@David_Redl), Chief Counsel, House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology
- Berin Szoka, TechFreedom (@BerinSzoka)