Professor Thomas Hazlett will be discussing “Rent Seeking for Non-Exclusive Spectrum Rights in the 5.9 GHz Band” on Friday, November 12, 2021. Thomas Hazlett is Hugh H. Macaulay Endowed Chair in Economics at Clemson University. In Fall 2021, he is also the Dunn Distinguished Visiting Research Professor in Economics at the Economic Science Institute at Chapman University. He has previously held faculty positions at U.C. Davis, George Mason University, and the Wharton School,… Read More “Thomas Hazlett – Rent Seeking for Non-Exclusive Spectrum Rights in the 5.9 GHz Band”
Join our seminar next Friday, November 5 at 9:30 AM PT to hear from Professor Amy Gonzales. She will be speaking on “Importance of Access to Digital Technology for Building and Maintaining Social Capital and Quality of Life.”
We are reliant on digital technology for nearly every aspect of daily life, including searching for jobs, completing coursework, and accessing healthcare. In this talk, Professor Gonzales will present data from two studies demonstrating the essential nature of digital access for the health,… Read More “Amy Gonzales – Importance of Access to Digital Technology for Building and Maintaining Social Capital and Quality of Life”
Join us on October 22nd at 9:30 AM for Dr. John Horrigan’s talk, “What we know about closing the digital divide”
With the pandemic putting a spotlight on the digital divide, stakeholders at all levels of government have turned their attention to closing it. The federal government has launched the Emergency Broadband Benefit – an unprecedented expansion in support for universal service. In this talk, Dr. John Horrigan will be discussing the approaches that are successful in closing digital adoption gaps…. Read More “John Horrigan – What we know about closing the digital divide”
Governments around the world have been restricting cross border data flow through “data localization” regulations, driven in part by concerns of privacy, national security, surveillance, and cyber terrorism. In this seminar, Prof. Varadharajan Sridhar (IIT Bangalore) will discuss his research on data localization and digital trade. Dr. V. Sridhar is Professor at the Centre for IT and Public Policy at the International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, India (www.iiitb.ac.in) . He is the author of two books published by the Oxford University Press: The Telecom Revolution in India: Technology,… Read More “Data Localization Regulations and their Impact on Digital Trade: Prof. Varadharajan Sridhar (IIT Bangalore)”
Join us on March 19th at 12PM PST for Sergio Godoy’s Presentation “WIP Chile 4.0: The Power of Attitudes and Perceptions About Covid 19 in Chile and the World”
For the Zoom link, please register here.
Perhaps the main enemy in this pandemic is not the germ known as Covid-19 but ourselves. Rather, our perceptions about who to believe, about how we inform ourselves, our notions of being at risk of contagion,… Read More “Sergio Godoy – WIP Chile 4.0: The Power of Attitudes and Perceptions About Covid 19 in Chile and the World”
Join us on January 29th @ 12:00 pm PST for Jeffrey Cole’s overview of the research projects at the Center of the Digital Future.
Jeffrey Cole, director of the Center of the Digital Future (https://www.digitalcenter.org) will outline current research coming out of the Center. The session will focus on:
1. The World Internet Project (WIP) Our 21 year and continuing tracking of digital in over 30 countries
2. Our about to be launched 5-year Covid Reset Project…. Read More “Jeffrey Cole – Research Projects at the Center for the Digital Future”
Join us on December 3rd @10:00 am PST for Fernando Calderon and Manuel Castells’s Book Discussion, “The New Latin America”
Register at: https://bit.ly/thenewlatinamerica
In their important new book, leading scholars Fernando Calderon (University of Cambridge and UNSAM Argentina) and Manuel Castells (University of Southern California) explain how new social movements, women, youth, indigenous people, and workers opened up new avenues of hope against the failures of neoliberalism and neo-developmentalism in Latin America during the first two decades of the 21st century…. Read More “The New Latin America: Fernando Calderon and Manuel Castells”
Join us on November 10th @12:30pm for Jonathan Aronson’s post-election debriefing, “You Know What Happened. But, Why Did It Happen? And, How Can We Make It Better by 2024?”
Jonathan Aronson is professor of communication at USC Annenberg and professor in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at USC Dornsife. Aronson writes on issues related to international communication policy and governance, disruption and innovation, and international trade and trade negotiations…. Read More “You Know What Happened. But, Why Did It Happen? And, How Can We Make It Better by 2024?”
Join us on October 13th @12:30pm for Nick Couldry, Ulises Mejias, and Juan Ortiz Freuler’s discussion, “Data Colonialism and Its Discontents: Towards A Non-Aligned Technologies Movement.”
In their new book, The Costs of Connection: How Data Colonizes Human Life and Appropriates it for Capitalism (Stanford University Press, August 2019), Couldry and Mejias argue that today’s transformations of social life through data must be grasped within the long historical arc of dispossession and extractivism,… Read More “Data Colonialism and Its Discontents: Towards A Non-Aligned Technologies Movement”
Join us on Tuesday, October 6th @ 12:30 to meet the experts working in the Internet Governance field.
The Annenberg Research Network on International Communication (ARNIC) is inviting for a special session of its regular research seminar that will focus on emerging themes and ongoing challenges in Internet Governance. Please join us for a panel session with four emerging leaders in Internet Governance, organized and moderated by Doctoral Candidate Anna Loup. The panelists will discuss their current work,… Read More “Expert Panel on Internet Governance”