The Washington Post today unveiled The Technology 202 Network, an invite-only collective of some of the most influential voices in the tech industry, government, and consumer advocacy community. Through regular surveys, tech policy reporter Cat Zakrzewski will capture the thinking and perspectives of this network on the most pressing issues and questions in the field, highlighting their comments in The Technology 202 newsletter. See The Network’s debut in today’s newsletter.
The network currently has more than 100 members, including U.S. Digital Service Administrator Matt Cutts; AOL founder and former CEO Steve Case; Craigslist founder Craig Newmark; former transportation secretary and Lyft executive Anthony Foxx; Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), head of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Tech Task Force; and prominent venture capitalist Cyan Banister. The Network also includes senior executives from top telecoms and tech companies including Google, Facebook, Amazon, AT&T, Verizon, Uber, Microsoft, Cloudflare, Slack, TikTok and more.
See the full list here: wapo.st/technetwork
“The Technology 202 Network gives readers something they cannot get anywhere else: the inside scoop on what the top leaders in the tech and tech policy space are thinking about the critical topics of the moment. We’ll ask about a wide range of hot-button topics including privacy, election integrity, artificial intelligence and emerging transportation,” said Sara Sorcher, deputy editor of PowerPost, The Post’s franchise of 202 newsletters and Power Up. “We will continue growing the network, adding prominent voices to capture the different perspectives of the tech debate.”
Written by Cat Zakrzewski and researcher Tonya Riley in Washington, D.C., The Technology 202 newsletter synthesizes the most impactful technology news of the day into an easily digestible weekday email. Sign up for The Technology 202 newsletter here: https://wapo.st/2vnlX5v.