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Episode Five: Rebooting the Public Square

In the finale of ReCivilization, Don takes us into the public square, to look at how governments must re-engage with citizens. This means leaving behind the industrial age model of command and control and into moving into an era of openness, transparency, and accessible data that allows citizens to participate fully in designing effective policy and public services. And it means protecting the web as a public space.

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Featured Guests:

Thomas Kalil, Deputy Director for Policy, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy

Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google, Inc.

Mitchell Baker, Chairperson of the Mozilla Foundation, makers of the Firefox web browser

Sir Tim Berners-Lee,  inventor of the World Wide Web