Federal Communications Commission will hold a first vote Thursday on chairperson Ajit Pai's proposal to eliminate current net neutrality rules. Pai's plan would repeal 2015 regulations that give the FCC the authority to regulate Internet Service Providers (ISPs). The current regulations prevent ISPs from selectively charging tolls or slowing down service for specific websites or apps. We’ll discuss the effects of the proposed repeal on consumers, ISPs and emerging start-ups.
project director, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy; author, "Unleashing the Killer App," and co-author, "Big Bang Disruption"
executive director, Engine