This Week, on December 14th, the FCC is likely to vote to repeal the Open Internet Order of 2015, effectively handing regulatory oversight of the Internet to the FTC, and ending the three bright-line rules against throttling, blocking and paid prioritization. The issue of Net Neutrality is a complex, hotly debated one, and it should be. On this episode of Tech Policy Grind, we bring on two experts in the field to discuss the nitty-gritty, in-the-weeds, insider-baseball details behind the buzzwords.
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Joining us today: Joining us today are Randy Abreu and Tom Struble. Opposing the rollback is Randy Abreu, an attorney, published author, tech-aficionado and recent candidate for New York City Council from the Bronx. Randy is an alum of the Google Policy fellowship, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute law fellowship, and the Obama Administration.
Tom supports the rollback, is Technology Policy Manager at R Street Institute, and previously worked at TechFreedom, the Competitive Carriers Association, and the Mobility Division of the FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.
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