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So, what does a Google Policy Fellow actually… do?

Guest post by Johnna Percell, 2015 Google Policy Fellow I have spent much of my time over the past few weeks answering that question. From well-meaning family members curious about my unfamiliar career trajectory to strangers caught off guard by my answer to the classic DC introductory question – “And…


Net neutrality battle continues in new venues

In the month since the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to approve an Order to Protect and Promote the Open Internet, the American Library Association (ALA) and its allies have been wading into the details published by the Commission March 12 to better understand the implications for libraries and higher…


Commissioner Rosenworcel Digs into E-rate 2.0

Last week, Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel called for (pdf) a thorough review of the E-rate program to ensure the program meets the future connectivity needs of libraries and schools. The Commissioner boldly outlined her vision for E-rate 2.0, building on earlier statements from Senate Commerce Committee Chair Jay…

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