Deep Dive Episode 111 – The Truth About the EPA’s Science Transparency Rule

Richard Belzer, Daren Bakst, and Adam White discuss a proposed rule that would require the EPA to make public important information underlying both significant regulatory actions and influential scientific information disseminated by the Agency.

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Deep Dive Episode 110 – Community Reinvestment Act: Remedy or Relic?

Mehrsa Baradaran and Diego Zuluaga discuss proposed reforms by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the FDIC and how those changes will affect the banking system and low- and moderate-income communities.

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Explainer Episode 13 – COVID-19 Contact-Tracing and Data Privacy

In this episode, Jennifer Huddleston and Brent Skorup discuss how contact-tracing might work here, what privacy concerns it might involve, and what it means for data privacy going forward.

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Deep Dive Episode 109 – Regulating by Consent Agreement: Examining FTC’s YouTube Settlement and Beyond

This episode explores FTC settlements and consent decrees, including the YouTube case and what it means for FTC enforcement going forward.

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Deep Dive Episode 108 – Regulating Home-Sharing and Home-Based Businesses

In this episode, Brooks Rainwater and Jon Riches discuss developments in state and local regulations surrounding home-sharing and home-based businesses. How do we balance safety and public goods with innovation and entrepreneurialism?

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Tech Roundup Episode 9 – COVID-19 and the Internet: A Conversation with Ajit Pai

In this episode, Ajit Pai joins Adam Theirer and Brent Skorup to discuss the principles driving the Federal Communications Commission in recent years, the “Keep Americans Connected” pledge, and how things have changed for the FCC in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Deep Dive Episode 107 – COVID-19 in the Workplace: Mandated Paid Sick Leave

On March 18, the Senate passed and the President signed into law the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act.” Karen Harned and James Paretti will walk listeners through key provisions of this new law.

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Deep Dive Episode 106 – Should Big Tech Platforms Be Viewpoint Neutral? Should the Government Care?

On March 4, 2020, the Regulatory Transparency Project sponsored a symposium with the University of Pennsylvania Federalist Society student chapter. This episode features audio from the second panel.

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Deep Dive Episode 105 – Do We Need to Rethink Antitrust for Big Tech?

On March 4, 2020, the Regulatory Transparency Project sponsored a symposium with the University of Pennsylvania Federalist Society student chapter. The first panel of the symposium was titled “Do We Need to Rethink Antitrust for Big Tech?”

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Deep Dive Episode 104 – The Allen v. Cooper Decision, or, Blackbeard’s Revenge

This all-star panel discusses the Court’s most recent decision in the context of the evolution of the Court’s sovereign immunity jurisprudence, the policy concerns of Congress and intellectual property owners, and where we might go from here.

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