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Advocates find flaws in patent demand letter bill
(The Hill, April 17, 2015)
Shortage of IT Security Professionals not Unique to Government
(Next Gov, April 17, 2015)
Moore’s Law: 50 Years Old and Still Going Strong
(Yahoo News, April 17, 2015)
Dems fear late add could blow up cyber push
(The Hill, April 16, 2015)
Lawmakers strike deal on fast track trade bill
(Politico, April 16, 2015)
Trade Bill Takes Aim at Foreign Governments' Data Protections
(National Journal, April 16, 2015)
Big Data Looms as Next Battle in Europe
(Wall Street Journal, April 16, 2015)
Advocates find flaws in patent demand letter bill
(The Hill, April 16, 2015)
Federal CIO Tony Scott Expects Some 'Resistance' On Federal IT Reform Law
(Next Gov, April 16, 2015)
China Is Said to Use Powerful New Weapon to Censor Internet
(New York Times, April 10, 2015)
Amazon granted new authority to test-fly delivery drones
(ZDNet, April 10, 2015)
FCC Tees Up Auction Rule Changes
(Broadcasting & Cable, April 10, 2015)
California Company Teams with AT&T to Connect Cars to Internet
(Government Technology, April 10, 2015)
Google Gets Into Battery Arms Race
(Wall Street Journal, April 10, 2015)

Freshman Senator Tom Cotton Eager to Engage on Cybersecurity, Surveillance Reform, Other Tech Priorities
(Wed - February 25, 2015)
HP's Randy Dove Welcomes Senator Cotton to DDF

Freshman Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) was elected in 2014 and currently serves on the Armed Services Committee, where he chairs the Air Land Power Subcommittee.  He also serves on the Banking Committee, the Select Intelligence Committee, the Joint Economic Committee, and the Special Committee on Aging.

Senator Cotton previously represented Arkansas’ Fourth Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives from 2013 through 2015.  While in the House, he served on the Committees on Foreign Affairs and Financial Services.

Senator Cotton recently joined DDF to hear about industry priorities and to engage on cybersecurity, surveillance reform, and the federal budget.  

Nebraska's Senator Deb Fischer Talks Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, Government Oversight
(Tue - February 10, 2015)
DDF Sponsor Chris Long, Washington Resource Associates, welcomes Senator Fischer to the Forum

Senator Deb Fischer was elected in 2012 and has earned a reputation as a "tenacious advocate" for lower taxes, reduced government spending, and a balanced budget.  In the 114th Congress, Senator Fischer serves on the Armed Services Committee, the Commerce Committee, the Environment and Public Works Committee, and the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee. 

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recently appointed Senator Fischer to serve as a counsel to the Majority Leader in the 114th Congress.  “As a member of the Senate Republican leadership team, Senator Fischer will bring invaluable insight to our conference on issues that affect American families,” Leader McConnell said with the appointment. “She is firmly committed to working on increasing jobs and improving the economy for America’s middle class, and getting the Senate back to work.” 

Senator Fischer recently sat down with DDF to discuss cybersecurity, the Internet of Things, and government oversight.  

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Sepulveda discusses international coordination on internet policy
(Tue - December 16, 2014)
DDF Sponsor Amanda Pedigo, Intuit, and Ambassador Sepulveda

Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda serves as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and U.S. Coordinator for International Communications and Information Policy in the State Department’s Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs (EB). In this role, Ambassador Sepulveda leads and coordinates the Department’s positions on communications and information policy issues.

Prior to joining the State Department in 2013, Ambassador Sepulveda served as a Senior Advisor to Senator William "Mo" Cowan of Massachusetts. From 2009 to 2012, he served as a Senior Advisor and member of Senator John Kerry’s senior management team, handling the Senator’s extensive commerce, trade, and business portfolio, which included his work as chairman of the Commerce Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet.

Ambassador Sepulveda recently joined the Digital Dialogue Forum to discuss Internet governance, international perspectives on digital policies, his priorities for protecting American interests online, and future developments in these spaces.  

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