Net Neutrality: FCC Rules and/or Antitrust Enforcement
1 PM EST
This program will discuss the status of the current FCC rules and proceeding pertaining to net neutrality and explore the benefits and drawbacks of addressing net neutrality through FCC rules or through other means, such as antitrust enforcement, and whether both have a role or either might be sufficient alone at this time.
*David S. Turetsky, McLean, Virginia
*Seth L. Cooper, Free State Foundation, Rockville, MD
*Sean Lev, Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd & Evans PLLC, Washington, DC
*Barbara van Schewick, Stanford Law School
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