Announcing Federal Commercial Privacy Legislative Workshop Series
November 08, 2018Starting in 2019 the Congressional Internet Caucus Academy will host a series of hands-on workshops for policymakers on competing principles and policy considerations as they examine approaches to safeguarding Americans’ privacy. These four specialized workshops will focus on commercial privacy rules and will complement the Academy’s already robust Internet policy briefing program. The workshops are […]
Reps. Bob Goodlatte and Anna G. Eshoo Appoint New Leaders of House STEM and Computer Science Initiative
Reps. French Hill and Suzan DelBene Ascend As Co-Chairs of the 2018 Congressional App Challenge October 2, 2018 Washington, DC – Today Representatives Bob Goodlatte (VA) and Anna G. Eshoo (CA) announced new leadership for the next session of the Congressional App Challenge (CAC), an initiative to inspire students across the country to learn about STEM education […]
ICYMI: California Privacy Law Briefing Video now online. Should Congress Act?
Yesterday, the Congressional Internet Caucus Academy assembled a group of experts to discuss the recent action on consumer privacy in California and the EU, and the potential for Congressional legislation. Our panelists had a lively debate on the effectiveness of consumer privacy bills, and what should be done to protect online data. Photos, video, and a podcast […]
Will The California, EU, and State Privacy Laws Be Addressed By Congress?
Last month the California legislature hastily passed sweeping privacy regulations to stave off even more sweeping rules that would have emerged from the state’s ballot initiative process. These regulations from the state of California, which is the world’s 5th largest economy and home to the most dominant data companies on the planet, will apply to […]