Big technology companies have changed daily life across the globe, making us more connected, more efficient, and more mobile. But critics accuse them of violating privacy rights, engaging in anti-competitive behavior, and contributing to our election crises with lax policies on political ads and the spread of disinformation. As a result, the call for them to be more effectively regulated has grown louder in recent years and multiple antitrust investigations have been initiated to review tech market power. What would regulation of technology companies look like? Are the states capable of effective regulation or is federal regulation needed? And what are these companies already doing to respond to critics' concerns? Join the American Constitution Society for a discussion on the future of tech regulation in an increasingly virtual world.
Leah Nylen, Technology Reporter, Politico, Moderator
Danielle Citron, Professor of Law, Boston University School of Law
Markham Erickson, Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Google
Tim Wu, Julius Silver Professor of Law, Science, and Technology, Columbia Law School
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