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Wednesday
May 16th, 2007
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Farragut Room (Plaza Level)
Mountain Time
Session Type: General Session
In an effort to move the net neutrality debate from rhetoric to realistic compromise, a group of telecommunications attorneys and Internet technologists from industry and the nonprofit sector have spent the past six months defining and agreeing upon the many questions surrounding this complex topic. Led by John Windhausen and Rick Whitt, the group has created a document that describes what a net neutrality regime might look like, as well as how it could be realized and enforced. This session will present the paper, offer an academic review of it, and give the audience an opportunity to ask the primary authors questions.
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