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Blockchain Is Revolutionizing Your Digital Identity And Government Can Lead The Way
This Is A Podcast:From December 5, 2019Speakers Included:SPEAKERS- Lydia Beyoud, Reporter Bloomberg Law (Bio)- Tiffany Angulo, Legislative Director Rep. David Schweikert (Bio)- Dan Bachenheimer, Unique Identity Services, Global Lead, Accenture (Bio)- James Cross, Vice President, Product Strategy, Workday (Bio)- Amy Davine Kim, Chief Policy Officer, Chamber of Digital Commerce (Bio)- Dr. James Shook, Mathematician, Computer […]
The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now?
More Podcasts The D.C. Circuit Court Ruled on Net Neutrality. What Now? https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2019/20191007netneut.mp3 This Is A Podcast: On Monday, October 7, 2019, a panel of Academy experts discussed the D.C. Circuit’s decision, as well as next steps for Congress and any broader implications for the Internet ecosystem. These panelists represent diverse perspectives on the […]
Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress?
More Podcasts Who’s A Bigger Music Mogul, Jay-Z or Congress? https://www.netcaucus.org/audio/2019/20190729musicmoguls.mp3 There are a lot of music moguls out there. Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Quincy Jones. But possibly the biggest mogul in the music industry is Congress itself. Congress and its oversight functions make it a significant player in music industry revenues. In the modern era […]
Will The California, EU, and State Privacy Laws Be Addressed By Congress?
With consumer privacy breaches and Congressional privacy hearings in the headlines daily, many are asking whether Congress will act on data privacy? Will more US states follow California's lead and pass consumer privacy laws as well?
Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin: Building Trust in A Digital World
While there is a lot of hype around Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies, cryptocurrencies are only the tip of the iceberg. Blockchain – the technology underlying cryptocurrencies – offers a host of other transformative use cases, including supply chain management, digital identity management, and smart contracts.
Wayfair: Internet Sales Tax Discussion
The Supreme Court recently issued a momentous decision in Wayfair v South Dakota. In overturning a 26-year precedent, SCOTUS has opened the floodgates for states to impose sales tax on online purchases. While critics of the decision claim it will cripple small online businesses, supporters argue that it will allow states to recoup taxes already owed to them and allow traditional retailers to compete fairly with e-commerce companies.