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Mark Jamison Articles

Google vs US Attorneys General | In 60 seconds

Reading Time: 1 分钟 Attorneys Generals from 48 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington D.C. have launched an investigation into Google for possible antitrust violations. Is there a basis for these investigations, or are the AG’s trying to get a say in how to run the tech giant? Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter

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For politicians on both left and right, it’s open season on tech companies

Reading Time: 1 分钟 In three separate hearings last week, members of Congress spoke with big tech executives about Facebook的’s cryptocurrency plans, alleged censorship by Google and antitrust issues in the industry. Director of the Public Utility Research Center and Gunter Professor Dr. Mark Jamison discusses how regulation of the tech industry could impact consumers

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Public Utility Research Center Director panelist in big tech debate

Reading Time: 1 分钟 On Thursday, Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor Dr. Mark Jamison was a panelist on Fox’s Deep Dive along with multiple editors from the Wall Street Journal. The panel discussion, titled “Big Tech Debate,” was hosted by deputy editor of the Wall Street Journal editorial page Dan Henninger. Dr. Jamison,

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Public Utility Research Center Director invited to testify before US Senate on rural broadband expansion

Reading Time: 1 分钟 On Tuesday, Public Utility Research Center Director and Gunter Professor Dr. Mark Jamison spoke as a witness to the United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation as part of a hearing related to the expansion of broadband in rural areas of the U.S. The hearing, titled “The Impact of

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Public Utility Research Center Director appointed to energy task force by Puerto Rico governor

Reading Time: 2 分钟 GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Dr. Mark A. Jamison, Director of the Public Utility Research Center and Gunter Professor, was appointed by Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares to serve on a Blue Ribbon Task Force to rebuild the Commonwealth’s energy policies and regulation following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria in

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Can we trust blockchain?

Reading Time: 1 分钟 “Blockchain is supposed to be trustless, meaning that it does not require a third party, such as a bank, to validate payments and other asset transfers,” writes Dr. Mark Jamison, Gunter Professor and Director of the Public Utility Research Center. “As Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator (or creators) of bitcoin, which

How should Facebook的 and other companies protect privacy while letting people share their information between apps and services?

Reading Time: 1 分钟 In an era when technology and social media companies are under fire for sharing user data, and users feel more and more like they’re the stars of their own version of “The Truman Show,” companies are questioning if and under what circumstances they should share information between one another or with

Five reasons why Europe fines Google and the US tech sector

Reading Time: 1 分钟 Since June of last year, the EU has fined Alphabet Inc. (Google’s parent company) $7.7 billion. But what has Alphabet done to receive such high fines? Dr. Mark Jamison, Gunter Professor and Director of the Public Utility Research Center, discusses five reasons why the EU imposes record-breaking fines on U.S. tech

What’s behind the push for vertical mergers?

Reading Time: 1 分钟 Cash. Okay. It is more complicated than that, explains Dr. Mark Jamison, Gunter Professor and Director of the Public Utility Research Center. Dr. Jamison discusses how vertical mergers can provide network operators with financial resources important for expanding infrastructure in his latest AEI blog post.  

America should build on the Swiss model to regulate cryptocurrency

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