Go Philly Service: Net Neutrality is Dead… For Now
"Network Neutrality," the guiding principle that preserves the free and open Internet, means that Internet service providers may not discriminate between different kinds of content and applications online. Net Neutrality may have been pronounced dead but there is still hope that the FCC can resuscitate it by correcting it's past mistakes. Learn about what steps could be taken to make broadband networks open, accessible, reliable and affordable for everyone. This roundtable discussion will engage local and national experts in a conversation about Net Neutrality and Internet access as it impacts users, small businesses and Internet activists in Philadelphia and throughout the country. This event will be taped with a live studio audience. Q&A will follow with guests will follow.
Hannah Sassaman, Media Mobilizing Project
Brigitte F. Daniel, Wilco Electronic Systems, Inc.
Steve Renderos, Center for Media Justice
Moderated by Vanessa Maria Graber, Alliance for Community Media
Doors open at 7:30 PM - Limited seating available.
Taping starts at 8 PM in PhillyCAM's Main Studio
Location: 699 Ranstead St., Philadelphia 19130
WATCH IT LIVE starts at 8pm