On International Women’s Day, we’re highlighting the stories of several incredibly talented women in tech policy. They discuss what brought them to tech policy, and what drives them on this career path. Featured in this episode are: Gigi Sohn, a Distinguished Fellow at the Georgetown Law Institute for Technology Law & Policy and Mozilla Policy Fellow; Michelle Richardson, Deputy Director of the Center for Democracy and Technology's Freedom, Security, and Technology Project; Dr. Betsy Cooper, executive director of the Berkley Center for Long-Term Cyber Security; Cathy Gellis, lawyer with a focus on Internet issues; Jennifer Granick, surveillance and cybersecurity counsel for the ACLU; Carrie Wade, Director of Harm Reduction Policy and Senior Fellow at the R Street Institute; and Tiffany Li, resident fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project.
#243: Will the Electric Scooter Movement Lose Its Charge?
#242: Hybrid Networks and the Future of Wireless
#241: Journalists v. Trump
#240: Techlash: What Do Americans Think?
#239: Net Neutrality: Can States Regulate the Internet?
#238: Breaking Down Encryption
#237: Prodigal Son Returns
#236: Low Hanging Fruit with Professor Daskal
#235: Hasta La Vista, Robocalls?!
#234: Judging Judge Kavanaugh
#233: The Sharing Economy is Dead... Long Live the Hustle Economy
#232: Nationalizing 5G
#231: Preview of the Internet Governance Forum USA 2018
#230: Updating the FCC's Kid Vid Rules with Commissioner O'Rielly
#229: LabMD Court Decision Ushers in a New Era for the FTC
#228: FBI Lost Count... Of Locked Phones
#227: Can Flightsharing Finally Take Off?
#226: The Fairness Doctrine: The Next Generation
#225: WHOIS going to deal with cybersecurity: GDPR Edition
#224: Disruptive Innovation (Part 1)
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