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VFI Leader Titu Sarder Highlights Educational Opportunities of TVWS VFI leaders at the FCC, with Commissioner Mignon Clyburn On October 18, I joined a group of small tech business leaders who went ...

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You can make a difference in #techpolicy. Urge your representative to cosponsor #ICPA!

The internet can be life-changing for #MilitaryFamilies. Read more on how #TVWhiteSpaces can help connect rural vets.

#ICYMI: Last week, Wisconsin Governor @ScottWalker called on the FCC to approve the use of three channels for #TVWhiteSpace technology.

Via @UtahAG, “We must reconcile privacy and safety in the digital era.” #ICPA

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Veterans need internet to access our economy, writes @robcoons7. We agree!

From #NetNeutrality to #TVWhiteSpaces, our Executive Briefing has the latest in tech policy! Check out this week's edition.

Did you participate in #HourofCode this #CSEdWeek? Tell us your story!

“Fast, reliable internet access has the power to help businesses reach new markets, create jobs, & improve educational opportunities by connecting students in innovative and engaging ways,” Thank you for supporting rural Americans, Governor @ScottWalker

Titu Sarder, a member of our Advisory Task Force, is a #SmallBiz owner and an advocate for #TVWhiteSpaces. Learn more:

On our blog, @jon_rivers debunks 8 common misconceptions around #TVWhiteSpaces. Check it out: #MSPartner

#TVWhiteSpaces are helping Puerto Ricans access the internet after Hurricane Maria. Learn more about @Microsoft's pioneering work:

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Your cell phone collects data on your location every day. Should the government have the right to access it?

Carpenter v. the United States could transform #digitalprivacy laws - and it started with a Radio Shack robbery. Learn more about this key case via @adamliptak.

Not sure what the #NetNeutrality rules mean for you? @sojourners has the explainer you need.

Interested in #techpolicy? Our weekly Executive Briefing has the latest information you need.

There are over 106,000 #HourOfCode events this year. Will you be participating?

#ICPA will protect your data privacy while strengthening law enforcement. It's a win-win: urge your legislator to become a cosponsor today.

#DYK that #TVWhiteSpaces are a bipartisan issue? On our blog, Jon Rivers addresses common myths.

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The Need to Modernize Data Privacy Laws for the Cloud Computing Age Current digital privacy law—the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA)—was enacted in 1986, before the invention of the web and the emergence of global cloud computing. Simply put, U.S. law no longer (...)

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