A major court ruling last week threw a wrench into federal plans to regulate the Internet. But regulators would have been shooting at a moving target anyway — broadband technologies are evolving and converging at warp speed. We explore how that technological revolution will continue to shape conversations about competition and access on the information superhighway.


  • Alissa Cooper Chief Computer Scientist, Center for Democracy and Technology
  • Brendan Greeley Reporter, The Economist
  • Chris Guttman-McCabe Vice president, Regulatory Affairs, CTIA-The Wireless Association

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