Today, the FCC is hosting a hearing on broadband network management practices on the campus of Harvard Law School, hosted by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society. In addition, the Berkman Center will host a public post-panel discussion and reception following the hearing.
The FCC will hear from two panels of stakeholders who will offer policy and technical perspectives. Panelists will include David L. Cohen, Executive Vice President of Comcast; Eric Klinker, Chief Technology Officer of BitTorrent; Marvin Ammori, General Counsel for Free Press; and Berkman Faculty Director Yochai Benkler.
The hearing will be audio webcast at this site, starting at 11 AM ET.
If you’re attending the hearing today, you can participate by posting questions and comments on our question tool (simply choose the instance for the Feb25FCCHearing). The del.icio.us and flickr to share them.
For updates throughout the day, visit our events blog.
Also be sure to check out Berkman fellow David Weinberger’s op-ed in this past Saturday’s Boston Globe on Net Neutrality and today’s hearing.