New York Times columnist & technology reporter Nick Bilton discusses his book, Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal, in which he traces the origins of Twitter from the perspectives of its four co-founders.
House Energy & Commerce Committee Chairman Emeritus Joe Barton (R-TX) discusses his proposed Do Not Track Kids Act, which aims to prohibit the collection of certain data from websites directed at kids, and several other current communications issues.
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Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell and Free Press President Craig Aaron offer two perspectives on Time Warner Cable's announcement to accept Comcast's $45 billion merger offer. They also discuss the FCC's response to the net neutrality ruling.
Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Ranking Member of the House Subcmte. on Communications & Technology, talks about her proposal the Open Internet Preservation Act, which deals with net neutrality, & her bid to become ranking member of Energy and Commerce Cmte.
Federal Communications Commissioner Mignon Clyburn (D), who was Acting Chairperson for six months last year, looks at the FCC and the issues facing it. Topics include the recent appeals court ruling on net neutrality & the FCC's possible next move.
Brent Skorup and Chance Williams discuss the January 2014 decision rendered by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in the Verizon vs. FCC, or so-called "net neutrality," case, and its implications for content providers and consumers.
Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Ajit Pai (R) talks about the FCC and the issues before the commission. Topics include the recent appeals court ruling on net neutrality and upcoming spectrum incentive auctions.
Three technology reporters discuss the major technology & telecommunications issues which may come before Congress in the new legislative year. In addition, they review the agenda before the Federal Communications Commission for 2014.
The Consumer Electronics Assoc. represents over 2,000 consumer tech companies. CEA President & CEO Gary Shapiro discusses the 2014 CES International Trade Show, the issuance of patents, the sale of broadcast spectrum & the taxation of internet sales.
We visit the FCC headquarters in Washington, D.C. to attend the first annual Mobile Health Innovation Expo. The FCC's Matt Quinn and Health & Human Services' Lygeia Ricciardi explain the government's role in supporting mobile health care technology.
In Part 2 of a two-part compilation program, lawmakers, innovators, & association representatives discuss TV's future. Guests include ESPN President John Skipper, Comcast Chair & CEO Brian Roberts, & American Cable Association President Matt Polka.
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