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Join UTO and Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law for this installment Technology in the Public Interest: An Author Series, featuring author Harold Feld. Feld's book, The Case for the Digital Platform Act: Breakups, Starfish Problems, & Tech Regulation, aims to guide policymakers on what government can do to preserve competition and empower individual users in the huge swath of our economy now referred to as “Big Tech.” It is a deep-dive on how to address the challenges posed by the power of digital platforms. Harold will be on-hand to lead a community dialogue about the ever-evolving intersection of copyright, telecommunications and the internet.
Feld is the Senior Vice President for Public Knowlege, one of the nation’s premier consumer advocacy organizations working at the intersection of copyright, telecommunications and the Internet.
Spend the evening with Harold Feld and the Arizona Commerce Authority to discuss the impact of Big Tech on our lives today at the historic Grace Court School, which provides a stunning backdrop to this important and timely conversation.
Register today as space is limited.
Technology in the Public Interest: An Author Series is a collaboration between UTO and the Institute for Humanities Research, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning, School of Public Affairs, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Thunderbird School of Global Management, Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.