In the News: Net Neutrality Law

October 1, 2018

In the news this week: “Justice Department Sues to Stop California Net Neutrality Law,” The New York Times

Net neutrality has become a major concern and raised international debates.

The need for policy-driven solutions that secure a free and open Internet while addressing cyber security concerns has been stressed on both sides of the Atlantic. The French-American Foundation has organized a variety of programs to facilitate an ongoing exchange of ideas on this topic.

To learn more about our events:

Transatlantic Forum: “The Future of the Open Internet in a Changing Technology Space”

Jonathan Spalter engaged our Transatlantic Forum members in an in-depth analysis of “The Future of the Open Internet in a Changing Technology Space” earlier this year.

2018 Cyber Security Conference: “Cyber Security and Digital Identity

Taking place on September 25 and 26 in Washington, DC, this event was the fifth consecutive seminar of its kind at the Foundation.

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