Net Neutrality has been the subject of intense policy discussion in recent years, but the dramatic international implications of a shift in internet regulation remain unappreciated. To date, U.S. regulators have utilized a light-touch form of regulation. Much has been said about the Federal Communication Commission’s new regulatory approach, but left largely undiscussed is how it will affect the global internet, American competitiveness, and more. Our panelists provided an in-depth discussion of the global ripples the FCC’s Open Internet Order may create.
- Paul Brigner, Director, North America Regional Bureau, Internet Society
- Roslyn Layton, Visiting Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
- Hon. Robert M. McDowell, Partner, Wiley Rein LLP
- David Redl, Chief Counsel for Communications and Technology, Committee on Energy and Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives
- Moderator: Patricia J. Paoletta, Partner, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP