- Jamil Jaffer, IronNet Cybersecurity, Inc.
The “Sharing Economy” is a complex phenomenon that has disrupted industries and transformed how we live and work, but experts can’t even agree on what to call it. Lawyers, public policy experts, academics and workers weigh in to define this dynamic phenomenon and to discuss legal and regulatory issues that emerge as these platforms play an increasingly role in our society.
What are the advantages of offering a sample-size portion of the Internet? Roslyn Layton, Visiting Fellow at AEI, explains the concept of "Zero Rating" and how companies are using a “free sample” model of internet access to increase internet usage around the world.
Do Internet Service Providers have a right to edit our Internet access? Brett Shumate, Partner at Wiley Rein LLP discusses the role of broadband providers in allowing free speech online. Do broadband providers stifle speech by curating content or do they have a first amendment right to engage in editorial discretion?
What is the role of the FCC in regulating the Internet? FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai gives an overview of Title II and how 19th-century regulations might not be the best solution to 21st-century problems.