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"The Mobile Revolution: Driving the Next Wave of Productivity and Growth" with Randall L. Stephenson, CEO, AT&T

Speaker: Randall L. Stephenson
Speaker: Chrystia Freeland

Randall L. Stephenson, chairman and chief executive officer of AT&T, discusses the role of mobile technology as a driving force of productivity and business investment as well as AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile.

This meeting is part of the CEO Speakers Series and is sponsored by the Corporate Program and the Bernard L. Schwartz Lecture on Foreign Policy

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A Conversation with Julius Genachowski

Speaker: Julius Genachowski
Presider: Daniel Prieto

Please join Julius Genachowski to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the Federal Communications Commission's role in international telecommunications policy and its ongoing mission to promote Internet freedom, competition, innovation, and investment in broadband services around the globe.

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McKinsey Global Institute: The Net's Sweeping Impact on Growth, Jobs, and Prosperity

Research prepared by the McKinsey Global Institute and McKinsey's Technology, Media and Telecommunications practice offers the first quantitative assessment of the impact of the Internet on GDP and growth, while also considering the most relevant tools governments and businesses can use to get the most benefit from the digital transformation.

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CRS: Data Security: Protecting the Privacy of Phone Records

Authors: Gina Marie Stevens and Tara Alexandra Rainson

This CRS report considers the issue of the privacy of cellular telephone records. It discusses recent legislative and regulatory efforts to protect the privacy of customer telephone records, and efforts to prevent the unauthorized use, disclosure, or sale of such records by data brokers. In addition, it provides a brief overview of the confidentiality protections for customer information established by the Communications Act of 1934.

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