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- Jason Oxman Senior Vice President for Industry Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association
- Brian Cooley Editor-at-Large, CNET.com
- Lisa Guernsey Senior policy analyst, Early Education Initiative at the New America Foundation; author of "Into the Minds of Babes: How Screen Time Affects Children From Birth to Age Five"
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