Date: Thu Oct 14 1999 - 08:08:04 EDT
It looks great Norm. Too bad it's election day.
Norman J. Jacknis wrote:
> If any of you are in Manhattan for this, it might be interesting.
> This is an open invitation to the following conference on the regulation of
> broadband on November 2 at the Association of the Bar of the City of New
> York . There is no attendance fee.
> Broadband: Whose Data Pipe is the Internet Anyway?
> When Congress passed the Telecommunications Act in 1996, the Internet
> was hardly a blip on the regulatory radar. In a mere three years,
> however, the Internet is increasingly the driving force in
> telecommunications business and regulatory decisions. This program will
> attempt to clear the confusion about one of the key issues in the
> intersection of the Internet and telecommunications policy: the
> regulatory debate about the fast-data transmission by cable, telephone,
> and other technologies.
> TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1999, 6:00-8:00 P.M.
> House of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York
> 42 West 44th Street (between 5th and 6th Aves)
> DAVID ROSS
> Chair, Committee on Telecommunications Law
> MARY ELLEN BURNS
> Chief, Bureau of Telecommunications and Energy,
> Office of the Attorney General of New York State
> DAVID ELLEN
> Cablevision Systems Corp.
> BARBARA S. ESBIN
> Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC
> KEVIN WERBACH
> Managing Editor, Release 1.0
> Sponsored by:
> Committee on Telecommunications Law, David Michael Ross, Chair;
> Committee on Symposia, John L. Amabile, Chair
> Members of the Association, their guests and all other interested
> persons are invited to attend.
> No fee or reservation is required.
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