Thursday, February 14, 2013
- 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM (ET) - Check-in and breakfast (in-person attendees)
- 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (ET) - Presentation
Now Available On Demand: There is no fee to watch, but you must register
The panel will take a look at the recently filed USTelecom petition that asks the FCC to end dominant carrier regulation of legacy voice services. The panel will discuss how consumers and providers are making use of alternatives to traditional phone service and moving toward Internet-based communications services. The discussion will explore whether regulation of voice services makes sense in today’s markets.
Harold Feld, Senior Vice President, Public Knowledge
John Mayo, Director, Georgetown University Center for Business & Public Policy
Jonathan Nuechterlein, Partner, Wilmer Hale
Moderator: Jon Banks, Senior Vice President, USTelecom
The event is free to all, but you must register. There are a limited number of seats available for the in-person event at USTelecom.
Read more about this topic:
- USTelecom Petition for Ruling that ILECs Are Non-Dominant in Switched Voice Services
- Blog Post: Let’s Talk about Voice Competition
- USTelecom Research Brief: The Transformation of Personal Communications and the Erosion of Traditional Voice Provider Dominance
- Blog Post: New FCC Data Support USTelecom Non-Dominance Petition
- Blog Post: Time for Change on FCC Voice Rules