|"Larry Downes: FCC and Internet Regulation", The Heartland Institute, September 14, 2012. In this podcast, Larry talks to the Heartland Institute about his recent article on FCC missteps in broadband regulation.|
|"A Rational Response to the Privacy 'Crisis'", The Cato Institute, January 7, 2013. For Cato, Larry provides policy analysis on pending privacy legislation. This paper forms the basis of Larry's forthcoming e-book.|
|"The Five Most Disruptive Technologies at CES"," Forbes, January 12, 2013. In a widely reprinted article, Larry reviewed the most disruptive technologies at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.|
|"Sticky WCIT: Is this the End of the Internet?"," Stanford Law School, November 27, 2012. Larry moderates a panel discussion on the upcoming World Conference on International Telecommunications, featuring former Ambassador David Gross.
|"Larry Downes' Favorite Techdirt Posts of the Week"," Techdirt, November 10, 2012. At the end of a long week, Larry reviews Techdirt posts and muses on the regulatory agenda for 2013.|
|"AT&T Moves Dramatically Toward 'Internet Everywhere'"," Forbes, November 8, 2012. Announcements from AT&T reflect a dramatic move from legacy copper phone networks to native IP, the final stage of a remarkable network convergence. Larry calls it "Internet Everywhere."|