September 9, 2013 - Monday marks the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals' long-awaited oral arguments in Verizon Communication's challenge to Federal Communications Commission's 2008 rules governing network neutrality, or rules requiring that internet companies not offer discounted services for web businesses that prioritize traffic over their particular internet networks.
On Friday, the New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute hosted a discussion on the topic. And on Monday at noon, TechFreedom is hosting a debrief on the argument. The livestream starts at 12:15 ET, at http://netneutralitydebrief.eventbrite.com or http://techfreedom.org/post/58791178707/debrief-luncheon-after-net-neutrality-appellate
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