The six sessions start with basic questions regarding the brass tacks of net neutrality itself, moving into the more technical aspects of the idea. The economics of broadband, a related topic, will also be discussed. According to the FCC, the sessions will help it “further develop” its “understanding of the issues” at hand.
Here’s the schedule:
- September 16 (morning): Policy Approaches to Ensure an Open Internet
- September 16 (afternoon): Mobile Broadband and the Open Internet
- September 19 (morning): Effective Enforcement of Open Internet Requirements
- September 19 (afternoon): Technological Aspects of an Open Internet
- October 2: Economics of Broadband: Market Successes and Market Failures
- October 7: Internet Openness and the Law