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The Future of Broadband Privacy and the Open Internet—Who Will Protect Consumers?
Washington, D.C.

Join us as we welcome Federal Trade Commissioner Terrell McSweeny to discuss the future of broadband privacy

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Work on Things That Matter
New York, NY

Join New America, Code for America, and Civic Hall to learn more about career opportunities in public interest technology.

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Ranking Digital Rights 2017 Corporate Accountability Index
Washington, D.C.

Join us on March 23rd to find out what has changed since 2015, what companies can do to improve, and why it matters.

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Surveillance 101
Washington, D.C.

Join us on March 8th to learn more about how the surveillance authority works and why it matters to you.

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Work on Things That Matter
Washington, D.C.

Join Code for America and New America on February 23rd to learn more about career opportunities from employers.

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VIDEO: The Future of Digital Rights Is A Library Card
New York, NY

As the Internet continues to shape our lives, there's one place that can turn anxiety around digital privacy into action: public libraries.

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The Next Three Billion
Washington, D.C.

Join us for this half-day forum as we showcase both “moon shot” global innovations and more local, community networking strategies.

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A #Netfreedom Agenda for the 45th POTUS
Washington, D.C.

This event follows the launch of: Internet Freedom at a Crossroads: Recommendations for the 45th President’s Internet Freedom Agenda

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Wireless Fiber
Washington, D.C.

What spectrum access policies are needed to unlock the potential of wireless fiber to affordably connect American homes?

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Weapons of Math Destruction
Washington, D.C.

From criminal justice to consumer credit to the job market and beyond, opaque computer systems make life altering decisions every day.

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Happy 30th Birthday to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
Washington, D.C.

Join Future Tense and New America’s Open Technology Institute to reflect on the legacy and future of the law.

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Wi-Fi and Unlicensed LTE
Washington, D.C.

A discussion on the impact of LTE-U on Wi-Fi and smart-city investments.

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