http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/webdifference/ http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/ These are two other live blogs on the hearing, the first being the course’s blog as a whole. The direct link to the live blog on the course website is here.
Video Comments: Sarah McKee (retired Federal Attorney): Wanted to hear from non-techies how the ‘net improves their lives, and about ‘net neutrality. She plays music for cancer and other hospital patients. To organize them, they need the internet, without it
Questions Q: Best case scenario network? A: Their business follows broadband – hence a lot of oportunity in Asia (i.e. China and Japan) Can work when we understand what is being done to them. They rely on the structure of the internet
* Scott Smyers, Senior Vice President, Network & Systems Architecture Division, Sony Electronics Inc Competition in the video content distribution space would be advantageous, and allow new providers to enter the market. Sony experiences competition a little differntly. There are
* Eric Klinker, Chief Technology Officer, BitTorrent Comcast has introduced the idea of blocking BitTorrent. The speaker is dicussing the potential of this medium to have beneficial uses for the ‘net. It has many legitimate uses, including those companies that use