Tuesday, January 28 • 2:35pm - 3:30pm
Tech Platforms 2030: Will They Reign Or Get Reined In?

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From presidential candidates to state attorneys general, the calls to rein in "big tech" have grown more pronounced. The last decade saw the meteoric rise of social media and tech platforms on mobile and on the Internet. Once the darlings of the new economy at the start of the decade, many big tech companies are now witnessing unprecedented scrutiny about their size. Critics are now calling for stricter competition policies, more data privacy rules, more accountability, and requirements for interoperability and portability among other solutions. Our panel will look at what big tech faces at the start of the '20s and what the next decade may bring for them. 

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Steven Overly

Technology Reporter, POLITICO

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Katie McInnis

Policy Counsel, Consumer Reports
Katie McInnis is a policy counsel in Consumer Reports’s Washington, DC office. Her work focuses on technology and the consumer’s right to privacy, security, control, and transparency. Before joining CR in 2016, Katie served as a Privacy & Technology Fellow at the Center for Democracy... Read More →
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Charlotte Slaiman

Senior Policy Counsel, Public Knowledge
Charlotte is Senior Policy Counsel for competition policy at Public Knowledge, advocating for ways to increase competition against today's dominant digital platforms. Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Charlotte worked in the Anticompetitive Practices Division of the Federal Trade... Read More →
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Steve DelBianco

President and CEO, NetChoice
As President and CEO, Steve works with NetChoice members to set and execute the NetChoice agenda.Steve has become a well-known expert on Internet governance, online consumer protection, and Internet taxation. He’s provided expert testimony in 25 Congressional hearings and many more... Read More →
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Ben Sperry

Associate Director, Legal Research, International Center for Law & Economics
Ben Sperry is a former Associate Director of the International Center for Law & Economics, where he worked on FTC reform, competition policy, data and privacy, telecommunications, and net neutrality. He is returning to ICLE after spending three years in his hometown, first serving... Read More →

Tuesday January 28, 2020 2:35pm - 3:30pm
West Hub at Convene 575 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA