Prof. Keith Hampton’s readout on Michigan’s experience teasing out the homework gap vs. a technology gap, followed by Bryan Darr on Ookla’s measurements to show where there really is not service. I start at about minute 36, talking about how the US government addresses the digital divide, broadband mapping issues, and how the FCC is… Continue reading IEEE CQR 2021 Panel on Equity and User Experience
Starts around minute 4, but humor before then.
Challenges at Layer 8: Network neutrality, the digital divide and spectrum; video archive
Reaching the Underserved with High-Speed Internet
Panel session at the FedScoop Public Sector Summit on Digital Transformation Video on demand here.
Keynote presented at the IEEE Future Network Security – what governments can do well and why governments leave a lot to industry.
How the Federal government worked to scale industries, with a case study of wireless network equipment.
This was a two-panel conference on “the market dynamics and national security concerns associated with the semiconductor industry.” The first panel discussed the competitive landscape and the second panel discussed national security concerns. I was on the second panel. https://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/when-chips-are-down-navigating-strengths-and-strategic-vulnerabilities-semiconductor-industry
Discussions by Vint Cerf, Jon Peha, Olaf Kolkman, Bruce Schneier, Mitchell Baker, Danny Weitzner, and Eric Burger. This video is a production of the Washington DC Chapter of the Internet Society (ISOC-DC http://www.isoc-dc.org/), produced and directed by Paul Brigner and David Vyorst. It premiered at the Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference on October 14, 2015. It… Continue reading The Internet Exposed: Encryption, Backdoors and Privacy… and the Quest to Maintain Trust