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Upcoming PFF Events

New Publications

  • Spectrum Management Reform
    Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
    Lawrence J. White, March 14, 2006

    Congressional testimony by DACA Spectrum Policy Working Group Co-Chair
  • DACA Report from the Working Group on New Spectrum Policy, Release 1.0
    Special Report
    Thomas M. Lenard, Lawrence J. White, Stuart Benjamin, Gerald Faulhaber, Dale N. Hatfield, Thomas W. Hazlett, Michael L. Katz, Gregory L. Rosston, and Howard A. Shelanski, March 2006

    The first report from the Digital Age Communications Act Working Group on New Spectrum Policy on management reform
  • A Better Idea for Net Neutrality
    Perspective, CNet
    Randolph May, March 15, 2006

Activities of Note

  • Dixon Shares His Wisdom on Net Neutrality Issue Senior Fellow Kyle Dixon is busy lending his policy expertise to the net neutrality debate. Earlier this week, Dixon participated in "Economic Analysis and FCC Decision-making," a half day event sponsored by the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA) and the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. Next week, he will be traveling to Las Vegas to participate in the TelecomNEXT conference. Dixon will discussing net neutrality mandates during the March 23rd panel, "Is A 'Net Neutrality' Law Necessary?" In February, Kyle Dixon testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation during a hearing on network neutrality.
  • PFF's May Also Weighs in on Net Neutrality
    On March 23rd, Randy May, Senior Fellow and Director of Communications Policy Studies, will be participating in a "brown bag lunch" on net neutrality, hosted by the Federal Communications Bar Association (FCBA). Discussion topics will include defining network neutrality and the respective roles of stakeholders in the debate. To register for the event or for more information, please visit the FCBA website.
  • PFF's Lenard Debates Muni-Wifi at VON Spring Conference
    Tom Lenard, Senior Fellow and VP of Research, participated in a special Communications Policy Summit held at the VON Spring Conference earlier this week. Lenard and fellow panelists debated such topics as municipal vs. private network buildout, and possible uses for public safety and emergency response. More information can be found on the VON Spring 2006 website.
  • Gifford to Speak at F2C:Freedom to Connect
    PFF President Ray Gifford is scheduled to participate on a panel at the F2C: Freedom to Connect conference. The event, being held April 3rd and 4th in Silver Spring, Maryland, will focus on regulatory issues surrounding "Internet Freedom," including network neutrality. For friends of The Progress & Freedom Foundation, F2C has provided a special discounted registration rate. To obtain this rate, please enter " PFF" as the priority code on the registration page. For more information on the event, please visit the F2C: Freedom to Connect website.


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