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TPI Aspen Forum Working Group – From Title I to Title II and Back Again: Can We End the Net Neutrality Debate?

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Net neutrality has been a hot topic for more than a decade. At this point, the debate seems mired in an endless cycle in which a change in party control of the FCC inevitably leads to a reversal of the net neutrality rules and how the commission classifies broadband providers under the Telecommunications Act. The off-the-record working group, “From Title I to Title II and Back Again: Can We End the Net Neutrality Debate?” at this year’s TPI Aspen Forum, will go beyond the discussion of pros and cons of net neutrality itself and discuss ways we might reach a solution that is more likely to be stable across administrations.

Speakers at the working group include:

James Assey, NCTA – The Internet & Television Association
Jerry ElligFederal Communications Commission
David Goldman (invited), U.S. House of Representatives
Christopher Hooton, Internet Association
Hal Singer, George Washington Institute for Public Policy
Berin Szoka, TechFreedom
Crystal Tully (invited), U.S. Senate
Scott Wallsten (moderator), Technology Policy Institute

The Forum is scheduled for August 20-22 at the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Aspen, Colorado. The full agenda and registration information can be found on the Aspen Forum website.

Time is running out – Register and make your travel arrangements today!

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Jane Creel, 202-828-4405, jcreel@techpolicyinstitute.org

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This premier event gathers leaders from business, government and academia to discuss and debate key public policy issues affecting innovation, technology, and communications.

Since 2010, more than 850 policymakers and thought leaders have convened at the St. Regis resort for provocative discussions and riveting keynotes on topics including U.S. competitiveness and innovation, broadband penetration, and entertainment distribution models, to name a few. Each year’s agenda touches on timely themes and pertinent issues driving public policy and regulatory decisions and how they may affect tech, communications and content industries. The depth of discussions, featuring both industry leaders and academic experts, makes the event a unique experience.

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