FCC Hearing Roundup

February 25, 2008

Today the FCC held a hearing on broadband network management practices on the Harvard Law School campus, hosted by the Berkman Center.

Statements from Commissioners Martin, Copps, and Adelstein are available on the FCC website, and an archive of the audio broadcast will be available within 24 to 48 hours.

Free Press filmed statements from the public, which were shown to the commissioners during the hearing's second panel. Also, "the public may file comments or other documents with the Commission and should reference docket numbers 07-52 and 08-7 when filing by paper or submit your filing electronically by going to http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi and enter proceeding numbers 07-52 and 08-7. Electronic filers need to complete cover forms separately for each docket because the system accepts only one docket number per filing. Filing instructions are provided at http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/ecfs/."

Coverage of the event includes liveblogging at:

+ David Weinberger's Blog
+ "The Web Difference" Blog, blogging by Kevin Parker (and check out Kevin's video statement to the FCC on MediaBerkman)
+ The Berkman Center Events blog
+ Drew Clark's blog
+ Wendy Seltzer's blog

and press coverage by:

+ Conde Nast
+ New York Times
+ Boston Globe
+ Wall Street Journal
+ Associated Press
+ USA Today
+ WBUR Coverage (with Audio)
+ Infoworld
+ Torrentfreak
+ CNN Money
+ ZDNet Blog
+ SciTech

...with plenty more to come.

Check out the del.icio.us feed of the event today for more articles and coverage, and look out for the video to be shared via Vuze soon.

Last updated

April 2, 2008