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EVENT March 03, 2015 06:30 PM– 08:15 PM

Tuesday March 03, 2015

06:30 PM – 08:15 PM


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American higher education is in crisis. But the disruptive power of information technology is about to change all that. Join Kevin Carey and Marian Wang for a conversation about the end of college, and what comes next.

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in the news | February 27, 2015 | Open Technology Institute

In Wake of NSA Leaks, China Drops Major US Tech Companies From Its Approved Suppliers List

Open Technology Institute

Cloud computing providers have already felt the aftershocks of the Snowden leaks. An Open Technology Institute report published a year after the first revelation noted that many had already seen a drop-off in sales and predicted that the backlash against the NSA's surveillance tactics could cost companies anywhere from $22-180 billion over the next three years.

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in the news | February 27, 2015 | Open Technology Institute

ISPs, Lobbyists, and Everybody Else React to FCC Net Neutrality Decision

The new rules cover wireless broadband as well as fixed networks, reflecting the rapid growth of wireless traffic. They empower the FCC to hear and act upon complaints about interconnection issues, such as the bottlenecks found by Measurement Lab. And new transparency rules will require carriers to disclose promotional rates, fees, surcharges, and data caps, and to report packet loss as an indication of performance. Customers have complained of carriers hiding extra costs in promotions, such as not listing the price for a required cable box.