FCC-Proposed Net Neutrality Regulations
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proposing to reinstate its “network neutrality” rules in 2024. It also may expand its previous rules – which could have effects across the economy, extending to businesses that use and depend on the internet for operations, marketing and more.
This virtual event focused on those effects and how businesses can prepare for them.
Who should tune in? Tech companies that operate in the internet ecosystem, companies that make products that rely on radiofrequency spectrum or internet connections, investors in the technology, media and telecom space, network operators – such as wireless, satellite and internet service providers, TV broadcasters interested in Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) 3.0, and lawyers who focus on M&A, debt finance, public markets, early-stage investing, medical devices and more.
- Robert McDowell – Former FCC commissioner, partner and co-leader of Cooley’s global communications practice
- J.G. Harrington – Special counsel, Cooley’s global communications practice
For more information, please email Rebecca Lanz.
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