Our Month in Review – March 2020
- March 19, 2020: If data portability is the solution, what’s the problem? By Tom Lenard, published in Regulation by the Cato Institute
- March 17, 2020: Coronavirus pandemic hands Big Tech a chance to burnish its image (Chris Sanders, Reuters)
- March 3, 2020: Research Roundup for February 2020– Nathaniel Lovin notes interesting and informative papers (disclaimer: TPI may not agree with all claims; authors and papers are not affiliated with TPI).
- March 20, 2020: eSports: The Content Hero We All Need Right Now– Lindsay Poss explains how viewership of eSports has grown in the wake of the cancellation of professional sports and stay at home orders during the COVID19 pandemic.
- March 23, 2020: A New Normal for Broadband Prioritization– Scott Wallsten discusses how paid prioritization can quickly get better access to aspects of broadband to people and institutions that may need it the most.
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- March 10, 2020: Kelcee Griffis of Law360 on Spectrum Institutions
- March 24, 2020: Looking Back on Ten Years of the National Broadband Plan with Blair Levin
- March 26, 2020: Rob Pegoraro on Tech and the Coronavirus
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- March 28, 2020: Decade in Review with Jane Creel
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