"The FCC and the 21st Century Media Marketplace," Media Law Conference 2016, Reston, Va.
The biennial Media Law Conference is the most substantive and effective conference for experienced media defense lawyers. The conference focuses on the practical aspects of media law and litigation, with a mix of plenary, break-out, and boutique sessions on a wide variety of topics.
DWT partner Peter Karanjia took part in a presentation entitled “The FCC and the 21st Century Media Marketplace.” Topics included:
- What did the D.C. Circuit decide in the net neutrality case, what are the odds of Supreme Court review, and what does neutrality mean for online content providers?
- What's at stake in the FCC’s ongoing proceeding regarding privacy rules for ISPs?
- Why is Google fighting the cable industry and content companies over set-top boxes, and what are the implications for copyright protection of programming?
- What's the latest news on the FCC's media ownership rules?