Friday, August 8, 2014
The FCC has announced it will begin hosting a series of Open Internet Roundtable Discussions to address concerns surrounding what it calls Internet openness. The agency notes that after the Verizon decision, its net neutrality rules are no longer an option. These Roundtables continue the process begun by the FCC's 2014 Open Internet NPRM (29 FCC Rcd 5561 (2014)).
The first Roundtable will be held in the Commission's Meeting room on September 16th, with subsequent Roundtables to be held on the 19th, and on dates in October (see the schedule at the link). The public is invited.
The FCC will also stream the sessions at http://www.fcc.gov/live.