Please join us for an informative and provocative webinar series regarding new technologies and the law, starting July 14th.
The tech industry moves quickly. The wheels of government move slowly. So it’s not surprising that we find ourselves facing a number of new and unanticipated legal questions such as:
• Who regulates 5G satellites in space?
• Why is the FCC, with no health expertise, setting human exposure guidelines for radiofrequency radiation?
• Why isn’t the FDA, the nation’s health agency, setting those standards?
• How is the deployment of wireless infrastructure impacted by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
• What is the OTARD rule, and does the FCC have the legal authority to completely reinterpret it for the benefit of the wireless industry?
• How should the courts respond to advances in technology when existing laws are insufficient or non-existent?
• What are the hot button technology issues right now, and what is being done to address them?
This monthly series of legal seminars will be hosted by renowned international attorney Julian Gresser, twice Mitsubishi Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School and former visiting professor at MIT’s Program on Science, Technology, and Society. Mr. Gresser will be joined by prominent legal and technology experts to discuss these critical issues in depth.
The first webinar of the six-part series will take place next Wednesday, July 14th at 1pm Eastern time, 10 am Pacific time. The focus of the webinar will be the regulation of 5G satellites in space.
This series is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required.
Jointly sponsored by Americans for Responsible Technology and the Broadband International Legal Action Network.