Here’s an update on the MAP/AT&T tech policy event next week:
Where: de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University
500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053
When: Thursday, June 12
10:15 AM Panel 1: What Does Net Neutrality Mean Now?
Comcastâ€™s interruption of P2P transmissions has generated debate about the need and wisdom of deploying advanced net management technologies. Can and will the private sector address this problem without government mandates? Historically, the debate about Net Neutrality has focused on who can access information distribution channels, and under what circumstances. Comcastâ€™s recent interruption brings up new questions, explored here by some of the leading experts in the field.
George Ou, Technology for Mortals
Richard Bennett, Network Architect, Broadband Politics
Ronald B. Yokubaitis, Chairman and CEO, Data Foundry
Richard Whitt, Senior Policy Counsel, Google
Jay Monahan, General Counsel, Vuze, Inc.
Parul Desai (Moderator)
They had me down as “Musician” which is pretty funny for anyone who ever heard me sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.”
Another panel will discuss the 700 MHz auction after lunch:
12:30 PM Panel 2: Spectrum Policy After the 700 MHz Auction
The FCCâ€™s recently concluded 700 MHz auction has been praised, criticized, and puzzled over. Auction veterans will discuss what happened, why it happened, and what will happen next.
Coleman Bazelon, Principal, The Brattle Group
Gregory Rose, Economist, Gregory Rose & Associates
Carolyn Brandon, CTIA
Marc Berejka, Senior Director of Public Policy, Microsoft Corporation
Joanne Hovis, President, Columbia Telecommunications Corp.
Harold Feld (Moderator)