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2014 In Review: Our Most Successful Year Ever / Summary

Last Monday’s Congressional briefing on the sharing economy capped off our most productive and influential year in the 18 years since the inception of the Congressional Internet Caucus (and we said that in 2013)! We have detailed below the remarkable breadth, timeliness, and impact of Internet policy briefings and events hosted by the NetCaucus AC in…

Alex Howard, John Breyault

Should Congress be Caring About Sharing Event Audio Now Available

Audio of today’s panel on regulation and the future of the sharing economy is now available. You can also subscribe to our Podcast for all of our latest panel discussions and find more pictures from the event on our Flickr. Thank you to our panelists and all in attendance for today’s event! "Congress should care, but…

Mary Anne Franks and Emma Llanso on panel

Technology and Sexual Privacy Panel Media

On November 6, 2014 our panel discussed sexual privacy concerns in the digital age after a major celebrity photo hack. Actress Jennifer Lawrence called the act a “sex crime” in Vanity Fair. Was it? Panelists discuss what the current legal protections are for individuals and debate what future action, if any, needs to be taken.   Speakers:…

Right to Be Forgotten Panel

C-SPAN Video & Audio EU Right-to-be-Forgotten Briefing

In case you missed it the C-SPAN video and the audio MP3 is now available for Friday’s Congressional Internet Caucus AC briefing on … Can Europe Force Search Engines to Censor Information You’re Looking for on the Internet? Assessing the Right to be Forgotten Click for C-SPAN Video Click for Audio MP3 Podcast Speakers: Mike…