FCC Net Neutrality hearing webcast – Apr 17

von tv Pulvermedia’s VON TV service will webcast the FCC’s en banc Hearing on Internet Practices at Stanford Law School on Thursday April 17.

The sessions run from (EST) 3pm-5.15pm and 6pm-10pm.

Hearing schedule (all times Pacific Time US):

12:00 p.m. – Welcome/Opening Remarks – Stanford Center for Internet & Society

12:45 p.m. – Panel Discussion 1 – Network Management and Consumer Expectations

2:15 p.m. – Break

3:00 p.m. – Panel Discussion 2 – Consumer Access to Emerging Internet Technologies & Applications

4:30 p.m. – Public Comment

6:30 p.m. – Closing Remarks

7:00 p.m. – Adjournment

While it’s not explicitly stated I am sure the webcast will be subsequently available on demand.

More info: https://isoc-ny.org/?p=170

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  1. The hearing is indeed archived. Note that one can right-click and select ‘play fast’ to zoom through testimony.

    An BBC news article summarizes the hearing thus:

    At the meeting the two Democrats who sit on the five-strong FCC board said it needed new powers to make sure net firms complied with net neutrality principles.

    But the two Republican commissioners on the board warned against over-burdening net firms with more rules.

    Summing up, FCC chairman Kevin Martin said its net policies were powerful enough but just needed to be properly enforced.

    He said there was nothing wrong with net firms managing traffic as long as they kept customers fully informed.

    “There must be adequate disclosures of the particular traffic management tools,” said Mr Martin. “Consumers must be fully informed of the exact nature of the service they are purchasing.”

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