(Adapted from Bloomberg BNA Daily Report for Executives, May 16th, 2012.) Two years ago, the Federal Communications Commission’s National Broadband Plan raised alarms about the future of mobile broadband. Given unprecedented increases in consumer demand for new devices and new services, the agency said, network operators would need far more radio frequency assigned to them, […]
Archive for May 2012
Larry will be a panelist at Tech Policy Summit on June 6, 2012. He’ll be talking about the successful effort to block passage earlier this year of two controversial copyright extension laws, SOPA and PIPA, and the creation of a “bitroots” movement of user-based advocacy. Registration information can be found here.
Larry will be speaking to the Berkeley Startup Cluster on May 16th at the Berkeley Rep Theater. Lunch is $10 or bring your own.
Larry will be attending next week’s Privacy Identity and Innovation conference in Seattle. On May 15, he will interview Andrew Keen, author of “Digital Vertigo,” and discuss privacy and social media.