The FCC’s Grand Internet Plans: “The Open Internet” and Massive Mobile Spectrum Auctions: What Do You Need to Know?
On Thursday May 15 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to release two major plans that may significantly affect the growth and vibrancy of the Internet (FCC announcement here). You have undoubtedly heard about so called “Net Neutrality” and the broadcast Spectrum auctions. The FCC will introduce two plans on those respective issues on Thursday, May 15.
Within 24 hours of the FCC’s meeting we will have a balanced panel of experts to explain the FCC’s plans and to provide some analysis on what Members of Congress need to know and what they expect will happen next. Join this important briefing on Friday, May 16 at 12:00 pm in the Rayburn House Office Building. The FCC’s actions include 1) The agency’s new “Open Internet” Rules and 2) The auctioning of the prime slice of broadcast spectrum necessary to the Mobile Internet.