Blair Levin

Co-lead, Obama Transition Team on Technology and Government Reform

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Managing partner at Stifel Nicolaus, a financial services company; former Chief of Staff at the Federal Communications Commission  (1993-1997) and co-lead of the Obama Transition Team on Technology and Government Reform

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The  Federal Communications Commission  is best known for regulating phone companies and policing nudity and strong language on radio and TV.

Barack Obama, Technology and the Internet

The Federal Communications Commission is best known for regulating phone companies and policing nudity and strong language on radio and TV.

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