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Monday, January 29 • 1:35pm - 2:25pm
The Fragmentation of Communications Policy

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The policy framework guiding communications policy has never been more fragmented and uncertain. The Federal Communications Commission is expected to undo its "Open Internet" reclassification of Internet services under Title II. Last spring President Trump signed legislation from Capitol Hill which effectively repealed the FCC's recent Internet privacy rules. At the same time many states are looking to pass their own Internet rules -- particularly on privacy. The Federal Trade Commission has been making moves to exert more jurisdiction over open Internet principles and communications privacy but it's authority is in question pending review by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. All the while, both Houses of Congress are weighing their options and searching for political will to rewrite rules of the road for Internet services. We'll discuss these issues and more at State of the Net.

Moderators
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Tara Jeffries

Tech and Telecom Reporter, Bloomberg Law
Tara Jeffries covers telecom and tech policy for Bloomberg Law in Washington. She has covered the legal and regulatory implications for the telecom and tech industries on issues ranging from taxation to mergers and acquisitions. Tara has appeared on Bloomberg Radio and C-SPAN’s... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Larry Irving, Esq.

Larry Irving, Esq.

co-founder, The Mobile Alliance
Larry Irving is the President and CEO of the Irving Group, a consulting firm providing strategic advice and assistance to international telecommunications and information technology companies, foundations and non-profit organizations. From September, 2009 to July, 2011, Mr. Irving... Read More →
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Dr. Roslyn Layton

Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Roslyn Layton is a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where she focuses on evidence-based policy for information, communications, and digital technology industries. Using empirical methods, she assesses regulations and policies for digitally connected domains such... Read More →
avatar for Jon Leibowitz

Jon Leibowitz

Partner, Antitrust, Davis Polk & Wardwell
Mr. Leibowitz is a partner in Davis Polk’s Washington DC and New York offices. His practice focuses on the complex antitrust aspects of mergers and acquisitions as well as government and private antitrust investigations and litigation. He also provides counsel in the developing... Read More →
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Chris Lewis

Vice President, Public Knowledge
Christopher Lewis is Vice President at Public Knowledge and leads the organization's advocacy on Capitol Hill and other government agencies. Prior to joining Public Knowledge in 2012, Chris served at the Federal Communications Commission as Deputy Director of the Office of Legislative... Read More →
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Hon. Chip Pickering

CEO, INCOMPAS
Chip Pickering has been CEO of INCOMPAS since January 2014. During that time, INCOMPAS has achieved significant growth with leading internet, backbone, business broadband, wireless, and international companies. Under his leadership, INCOMPAS has led numerous public policy campaigns... Read More →


Monday January 29, 2018 1:35pm - 2:25pm
Room 705/706 (Main Plenary)

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