Navigating the FCC’s Digital Discrimination Rules

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At the Federal Communications Commission’s November 2023 meeting, the agency approved rules aimed at preventing and eliminating digital discrimination. These rules are a culmination of a controversial multi-year proceeding, kicked off by Section 60506 of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss policies and issues underlying the FCC’s rules, challenges that companies may face in compliance with the rules, as well as the issues before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, where the FCC’s digital discrimination order is being challenged. Panelists will also discuss some of the potential future obligations that remain open in the FCC’s proceeding.


Diana Eisner, Vice President, Policy & Advocacy, USTelecom

Denny Law, General Manager / CEO, Golden West Telecommunications

Dr. Alisa Valentin, Broadband Policy Director, Public Knowledge

Moderator: Danielle Thumann, Senior Attorney, Government Relations, Crown Castle


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