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CES To Feature Tech Policy Panels

Arlington, Va. — The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced today a broad array of technology policy-related panel discussions to be held at the Innovation Policy Summit during the 2014 International CES, to be held in Las Vegas Jan. 7-10, 2014.

The CES Innovation Policy Summit includes top government officials, entrepreneurs and policy experts who will underscore the relationship between technology innovation and public policies while addressing major issues impacting American innovators and U.S. competitiveness, CEA said.

 The CES Innovation Policy Summit session panels include the following:

Tuesday, Jan. 7:

 Stop Fighting and Fix It: Making Music Licensing Work for Innovators, Artists and Consumers

Startups and Public Policy: Obstacles and Opportunities

Driving Towards the Future: Pro-Innovation Policies and the Connected Car

Wednesday, Jan. 8:

Battling for the Best and Brightest: Immigration Reform and the Innovative Economy

The Internet of Things and the Home of the Future

Patent Litigation Reform: Who Are You Calling a Troll?

Spectrum Spectacular: Slicing the Nation’s Airwaves

 The FCC’s Regulatory Agenda for 2014

Thursday, Jan. 9: Change is in the Air: New Policies for Using Consumer Electronics on Airplanes

Energy Efficiency Initiatives for Electronics: What’s Working and What’s Not

E-Waste: When Will it End?

Green Standards: Who Should Run the Show?