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Document Type

Proceeding

Publication Date

12-1995

Publication Citation

48 Federal Communications Law Journal 57 (1995)

Abstract

The second panel of From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law addresses the government's response to the policy making challenges presented by information. Panelists from the government and academia explore the question: "How has, and how should, the policy-making process respond to the diversity of issues, interests, and policymakers?" Participants include Fred H. Cate, Allen S. Hammond, Bruce W. McConnell, Michael Nelson, Janice Obuchowski, and Marc Rotenbergaddresses the government's response to the policy making challenges presented by information. Panelists from the government and academia explore the question: "How has, and how should, the policy-making process respond to the diversity of issues, interests, and policymakers?" Participants include Fred H. Cate, Allen S. Hammond, Bruce W. McConnell, Michael Nelson, Janice Obuchowski, and Marc Rotenberg.

From Conduit to Content: The Emergence of Information Policy and Law. The Annenberg Washington Program. Friday, March 3 1995, Washington, D.C.

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