What’s the House Energy and Commerce Committee doing? Check The Hill’s Hillicon Valley:
Cybersecurity, process reform at the Federal Communications Commission, privacy and spectrum policy issues will dominate the technology agenda for the House Energy and Commerce Committee this fall.
“The American public is desperate for more jobs, and Energy and Commerce Republicans understand the fundamental economic principle that reducing regulatory burdens is imperative to spur job growth and economic recovery,” said Chairman Fred Upton in a statement accompanying the fall agenda.
“Our future depends on our economic growth, and our economic growth depends on our regulatory future.”
Spectrum, spectrum, spectrum. And more spectrum.