The FCC and the [Non]Regulation of the Internet - part 1

February 25, 2011

Duke Law Journal's 41st Annual Administrative Law Symposium, featuring Chairman Julius Genachowski of the FCC, will focus on the future of the FCC and its regulation of the Internet. The symposium will explore the strengths and weaknesses of the current regulatory regime, as well as emerging regulatory and technological problems. Should the FCC regulate the Internet? How, and under what authority? And what challenges will be encountered along the way? The symposium seeks to examine these important questions.

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