Date: October 16, 2014
Since the last update of the Communications Act (in 1996) many leaders have proposed updating the act for the digital age. Our panel discusses whether the Internet — which started out digital — needs to be part of a rewrite that includes broadcast, cable, telephone, and satellite services.
Doug Brake, Information Technology Innovation Foundation
Justin “Gus” Hurwitz, Nebraska College of Law
Sarah Morris, New America Open Technology Institute
Cathy Sloan, Computer and Communications Industry Association