Jelani Anglin: If You’re Ever Arrested, Call this Number (Ep. 183)

Jelani Anglin: If You’re Ever Arrested, Call this Number (Ep. 183)

GOOD CALL Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director Jelani Anglin has the number you need to memorize for if you or a loved one are ever arrested in NYC.

Daiquiri Ryan: Key Tech Policy Issues Facing Latino Communities (Ep. 182)

Daiquiri Ryan: Key Tech Policy Issues Facing Latinos (Ep. 182)

Daiquiri Ryan (@DaiquiriRyan) serves as the policy counsel at the National Hispanic Media Coalition where she advocates on behalf of the Latino community on Capitol Hill and beyond. Previously Daiquiri served as policy fellow at Public Knowledge,.Her other fellowships have included time at Amazon, the DC Office of Attorney General, and the Arizona Department of Education. She’s also a member of the inaugural class of Google Next Gen Policy Leaders, where she co-leads a working group focused on creative policy solutions for intellectual property and social justice.

Gigi Sohn: The Top Tech Policy Issues Driving the Debate (Ep. 181)

Gigi Sohn: The Top Tech Policy Issues Driving the Debate (Ep. 181)

Gigi Sohn gives us a rundown of the key tech policy issues driving the debate in Washington right now.

Ben Green: A More Inclusive Approach to Smart Cities (Ep. 180)

Ben Green: A More Inclusive Approach to Smart Cities (Ep. 180)

Ben Green joined Joe Miller to discuss how stakeholders can develop a more inclusive approach to smart cities by engaging local residents.

Maureen K. Ohlhausen: Should Antitrust Enforcement Rein in Big Tech? (Ep.179)

Maureen K. Ohlhausen: Should Antitrust Enforcement Rein in Big Tech? (Ep. 179)

Maureen K. Ohlhausen joined Joe Miller to discuss whether U.S. antitrust enforcement is the appropriate mechanism by which to rein in big tech.

Dr. Alisa Valentin: The Unifying Power of Social Justice (Ep. 178)

Dr. Alisa Valentin: The Unifying Power of Social Justice (Ep. 178)

Alisa Valentin of Public Knowledge joined Joe Miller to discuss her approach to building a constructive dialogue at the intersection of tech and social justice.

Tom Wheeler: Gutenberg, Google, Darwin & Beyond (Ep. 177)

Tom Wheeler: Gutenberg, Google, Darwin & Beyond (Ep. 177)

Tom Wheeler and Joe Miller discuss Mr. Wheeler’s new book ‘From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our Future’ which puts tech in historical context.

Jevan Hutson: How Racism in Online Dating Affects Economic Opportunities (Ep. 176)

How Racism in Online Dating Affects Socioeconomic Outcomes (Ep. 176)

Jevan Hutson (@jevanhutson) is a Gregoire Fellow at the University of Washington School of Law, where he researches technology policy, social computing, surveillance and privacy, and data ethics, and is an editor for the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts.

Renée DiResta: How to Fight the Imminent Disinformation Blitzkrieg (Ep. 175)

Renée DiResta: How to Fight the Imminent Disinformation Blitzkrieg (Ep. 175)

Renée DiResta (@noUpside) is the Director of Research at New Knowledge and a Mozilla Fellow in Media, Misinformation, and Trust. She investigates the spread of malign narratives across social networks, and assists policymakers in understanding and responding to the problem. She has advised Congress, the State Department, and other academic, civic, and business organizations, and has studied disinformation and computational propaganda in the context of pseudoscience conspiracies, terrorism, and state-sponsored information warfare.

Mignon Clyburn: The Social Justice Dynamics of Tech Policy (Ep. 174)

Mignon Clyburn: The Social Justice Dynamics of Tech Policy (Ep. 174)

Mignon Clyburn (@mignonclyburn) is a former FCC Commissioner and President and CEO of MLC Strategies. Mignon served at the FCC from 2009-2018, with a stint as Acting FCC Chairwoman—the first FCC Chairwoman—in 2013.