AAF convenes two panels, the first on privacy and the second on the important threads between competition policy and AI, to discuss these important issues. The second panel includes CFJ's director of public policy Ashley Baker.
There is new energy and momentum to legislate on technology issues—particularly when it comes to privacy, competition, and artificial intelligence. Many states and even some cities have enacted or are considering net-neutrality and privacy regulations, while for its part, Congress is considering a range of possible actions on technology. But what problems should policymakers address, and how should they address them?
Join AAF as it convenes two panels, the first on privacy and the second on the important threads between competition policy and AI, to discuss these important issues.
Ashley Baker, Director of Public Policy, Committee for Justice
Ryan Hagemann, Senior Fellow, Niskanen Center
Jennifer Huddleston, Research Fel...
Professor Rao’s academic qualifications and professional experiences are exceptional — Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Yale University, Juris Doctor with high honors from the University of Chicago Law School where she was a Law Review editor. She was a visiting professor at the University of Minnesota Law School. And she is now an Associate Professor with tenure at George Mason University School of Law, where she founded the Center for the Study of the Administrative State.
The highest-profile issue in FCC history has been the Net Neutrality debate. After the 2015 approval of Net Neutrality rules, upheld in 2016 by the US Appellate Court, many thought the battle was over. But in June 2017, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced his intention to roll back these protections, reigniting the debate all over again. We’re bringing together leaders from both sides to discuss why each side believes what it does and how the outcome will affect how we use the Internet every day.
The anniversary celebration of the American Sports Council (ASC) will include a panel discussion of the issues surrounding the application of Title IX to athletics. The Committee for Justice President Curt Levey will participate in the panel. He will be joined by Pacific Legal Foundation Senior Attorney Joshua Thompson.
**Conference Call with Reporters Thursday at 2:30 PM**
WASHINGTON, DC -- the Committee for Justice (CFJ), which defends and promotes constitutionalist nominees to the federal courts, today announced release of its latest report, “Judge Alito’s Record: Restraint, Commitment to Precedent, Faithful Application of the Law.” The report rebuts liberal criticism of Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito.
To discuss the report and highlight key cases, CFJ will hold a media briefing via conference call for...