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Ep. 19: Congress’ Geek Caucus Tackles Tech

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Congress is grappling with a plethora of technology-related legislation that appears to be headed nowhere fast, in part because of concerns over security and privacy. As CQ Roll Call’s Adriel Bettelheim and technology reporter Alisha Green explains, the Internet of Things Caucus hopes to provide a bridge for understanding the issues at stake when it comes to technology policy — and find areas where lawmakers can work together.

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