TPI Aspen Forum Videos Now Available

TPI Aspen Forum Videos Now Available

Contact: Amy Smorodin
(202) 828-4405

August 20, 2015 – If you missed the Technology Policy Institute’s Aspen Forum this year, videos of the panels and keynotes are now available.

The event featured keynotes by and discussions with:

  • Tim Bresnahan, Landau Professor of Technology and the Economy, Department of Economics and, by courtesy, Professor of Economics for the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
  • The Honorable Mignon Clyburn, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
  • The Honorable Michael Daniel, Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator
  • The Honorable Michelle K. Lee, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office
  • The Honorable Daniel Marti, U.S, Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator
  • Kelly Merryman, Vice President, Content Partnerships for YouTube, Google
  • The Honorable Michael O’Rielly, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

Panels at TPI’s Aspen Forum available are:

  • Fall and Rise of the Regulatory State
  • Congress and the FCC after Title II
  • Whose Rules? Internet Regulations in a Global Economy
  • Universal Service: Towards Broadband, Efficiency and Equity
  • Big Data, Privacy and the Internet of Things
  • Creative Destruction in the Creative Industries: How Technology is Changing Content Business Models
  • Emerging Issues in Unlicensed Spectrum

The videos are available on the TPI website and on the TPI YouTube channel.

The Technology Policy Institute

The Technology Policy Institute is a non-profit research and educational organization that focuses on the economics of innovation, technological change, and related regulation in the United States and around the world. More information is available at https://techpolicyinstitute.org.

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