Rep. Donald Beyer to Host Forum On The Future of Net Neutrality

Rep. Beyer to Host Forum On The Future of Net Neutrality With Former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler

On June 26th U.S. Representative Don Beyer will host a forum on net neutrality in Arlington, Virginia with former Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chair Tom Wheeler and former FCC General Counsel Jonathan Sallet. The event will be streamed on Facebook and Twitter(via Periscope) for those unable to attend.

Who: Congressman Don Beyer
Former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler
Former FCC General Counsel Jonathan Sallet

What: Policy Forum on the Future of Net Neutrality

When: Monday, June 26, 7:30pm

Where:  Founders Hall, George Mason University, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22201

The FCC has just started the process to undo the Open Internet protections that guarantee net neutrality. That includes upending the legal basis for the rules, Title II, and the substance of the protections themselves — like the current prohibition against a broadband provider blocking users from choosing what content they access. The FCC is now soliciting public comments on its proposals, which makes it important to understand their potential impact on everyone who uses the Internet.