The University of San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Bulletin is proud to present The Toll Roads? The Legal and Political Debate Over Net Neutrality to held January 26, 2008, at the Fromm Institute on the University of San Francisco main…
The University of San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Bulletin is proud to present The Toll Roads? The Legal and Political Debate Over Net Neutrality to held January 26, 2008, at the Fromm Institute on the University of San Francisco main campus. The Symposium will be a gathering where the legal community will join together with political scientists, economists, communications experts and students to engage in a day of presentation and discussion of the issues surrounding Network Neutrality.
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> (Your Name-Location-Panelist)-Question
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Question – your brief question regarding Network Neutrality.
•(Erik Smith-San Francisco-Tim Wu)- What is your definition of Network Neutrality? Why is there little consensus on a single definition?
•(Ruben Pineda-Chicago-ALL)- What are the social ramifications of adopting technologies that require a guaranteed Quality of Service?
•(Sara Spowart-Monterey- George Ou)- Are there technical benefits in implementing an Internet2 backbone that are unavailable with existing best-effort provisioning? If so, what are they and how does the average user benefit?