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Net neutrality: The war is over

The Brookings Cafeteria

Release Date: 06/23/2017

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Brookings Senior Fellow Elaine Kamarck discusses the historical and contemporary role of the vice president, and offers thoughts on Joe Biden's selection of Kamala Harris as his running mate in the 2020 election.  Also, Senior Fellow Sarah Binder on what's happening (or not happening) in Congress. Subscribe to Brookings podcasts on iTunes, send feedback email to BCP@Brookings.edu, and follow us and tweet us at @policypodcasts on Twitter. The Brookings Cafeteria is part of the Brookings Podcast Network.  

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This episode is a re-broadcast of a recent episode of the Lawfare Podcast in which Brookings Senior Fellow Benjamin Wittes interviewed Brookings President John R. Allen and Brookings Vice President Darrell West about their new book, “Turning Point: Policymaking in the era of Artificial Intelligence.” In their book, just published by the Brookings Institution Press, Allen and West discuss both the opportunities and risks posed by artificial intelligence—and how near-term policy decisions could determine whether the technology leads to utopia or dystopia. Subscribe to Brookings podcasts on...

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Stuart N. Brotman, a nonresident senior fellow in the Center for Technology Innovation, provides a brief history of net neutrality and addresses the future of the FCC's telecommunications rule-making under Title II.

Also in this episode: Molly Reynolds, a fellow in Governance Studies, gives an update on the budget process in our regular "What's Happening in Congress Segment".

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