Should The FCC Regulate Broadband?

Posted by on May 18 2010 | Events, Government Largess, PPC

The Independence Institute will host a panel discussion and luncheon on the issue of ‘Network Neutrality’ on Wednesday, May 26th at the Pinnacle Club in Denver.  Panelists and speakers include Commissioners Robert McDowell and Meredith Atwell Baker from the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) and Chairman of the Colorado Public Utilities Commission Ron Binz.

The net neutrality debate took on new life earlier this month when the Federal Communications Commission Chairman proposed regulating broadband under old rules originally established for traditional telephone networks.  This after a federal appeals court rejected the FCC’s recent attempts to enforce network neutrality rules.

The event consists of remarks by the FCC Commissioners and a panel discussion from 11:00 AM-12:30 PM, followed by lunch with a keynote address by Chairman Binz.

The Pinnacle club is located at 555 Seventeenth Street on the 37th Floor in Denver.

The event is free and open to the first 150 RSVPs. To RSVP, e-mail mary@i2i.org, or call (303) 279-6536.

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  1. [...] you didn’t get a chance to attend our Net Neutrality event yesterday afternoon at the swank Pinnacle Club downtown, there’s a good chance you tuned in [...]

    27 May 2010 at 4:31 pm

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