Oct 31, 2022
One-size-fits-all research approaches are no longer sufficient to effectively address content moderation, fulfill the content preferences of each user, and prevent harmful, false information from undermining democracy. Researchers like Michal Luria are beginning to understand how complex human behaviors should be taken...
Oct 24, 2022
The telecommunications, media, and technology sectors are exciting fields, but if you work in public policy, one must constantly adapt. Anisa Green shares with Joe how she built her career and how to find a team that values your presence at work.
Anisa Green is Director of Federal Regulatory at AT&T, where...
Oct 17, 2022
Technology is transforming every sector of society and the economy. For example, think about how e-commerce has disrupted retail, artificial intelligence is changing healthcare, and autonomous vehicles will reshape transportation.
In an increasingly digital world, technology companies are aggressively lobbying...
Oct 14, 2022
Hey everybody, I’m Joe Miller and here’s what’s going on in the world of tech law & policy this week.
New coalition pushes to make DMs safe
Let’s face it, DM’s, whether they’re encrypted or not, are no longer safe – if they ever were. Now, following the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs...
Oct 10, 2022
Roger Quiles: How to Stay Safe in the E-sports World
If you’re a fan of video games or an avid Twitch viewer, you may have heard of E-sports. The E-sports scene is booming, with several competitions now taking place worldwide.
However, with this expansion comes new challenges. Players face online harassment and can...