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Monday, April 13 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Broadband Expansion, Spectrum Auctions, Net Neutrality and the IP Transition – Legal and Policy Challenges in the Digital Age

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This session – populated by academics, legal practitioners and government officials – will provide updates and analyses on issues that, when resolved, will govern and influence American telecommunications systems for the foreseeable future. What’s the status of the FCC “forward and reverse” spectrum auctions? How will FCC and Congressional actions affect the “open Internet.” What steps can federal and state governments, as well as telecommunications carriers, take to expand broadband in both urban and rural areas, and to further a problem-free transition to fully Internet-protocol systems?
Moderator: Robert Yadon, Ball State University
Panelists: Davina S. Sashkin, J.D., Fletcher, Heald & Hidreth
Nicol Turner-Lee, Minority Media Telecommunications Council
Stuart N. Brotman, J.D., Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Center for Technology Innovation within Governance Studies Brookings Institution & Lecturer, Harvard Law School

Monday April 13, 2015 11:30am - 12:45pm
Pavilion 11

Attendees (15)