Katie Jordan

Katie Jordan

Former Director, Public Policy and Technology

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Katie Jordan was a Director, Public Policy and Technology at the Internet Society, from March 2018 to April 2021.

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Community Networks 6 May 2021

Risks and Rewards of the U.S. Broadband Funding Boom

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us once and for all that broadband access is critical infrastructure. Without it, communities...

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Community Networks 18 March 2021

New Guide to Federal Broadband Funding Opportunities in the U.S.

New resource will help communities find the right funding for their networks At the 2020 Indigenous Connectivity Summit (ICS),...

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Internet Way of Networking 23 December 2020

Chapter Members Pool Ideas to Inspire New Use Case on Content Filtering

Earlier this year, chapter members from around the world were asked to assist a government minister with an important...

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Internet Way of Networking 2 October 2020

The Internet Is Built on ‘Intermediaries’ – They Should Be Protected

This opinion piece was originally published in The Hill. Now is not the time to be careless with laws that...

How Do We Ensure the Internet Grows and Improves? Start with the Internet Impact Assessment Toolkit Thumbnail
Internet Way of Networking 9 September 2020

How Do We Ensure the Internet Grows and Improves? Start with the Internet Impact Assessment Toolkit

The Internet has been revolutionary for human progress. Bit by bit, byte by byte, it has come to underpin...

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Community Networks 12 August 2020

The 2020 Indigenous Connectivity Summit and Trainings: Register Now

People around the world are relying on the Internet to keep them connected to everyday life, but Indigenous communities in North...

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