Silicon Valley breakfast with FCC Commissioner Michael Copps



You are invited to a Silicon Valley breakfast with FCC Commissioner Michael Copps – a timely event as the Commission begins to develop a new regulatory approach to broadband services.  This event is free.


The Federal Communications Commission is considering a range of issues affecting the future of the Internet.  In particular, its rulemaking on "net neutrality" and the regulatory classification of broadband services could have major implications for innovation, openness, and competition online.

Now in his second term on the 5 member FCC, Michael J. Copps has long been an opponent of media consolidation, an advocate for consumer protection, and a supporter of the open, dynamic and democratic Internet. 

Commissioner Copps is eager for entrepreneurs and developers in Silicon Valley to participate in the debate over how to ensure an open and innovative environment as the nation's communications networks continue their transition to broadband.

TechNet and CDT are pleased to co-host this breakfast with the Churchill Club and the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.