Jenner & Block

“Regulating Broadband Privacy Under Title II: What Could Go Wrong?” Information Technology & Innovation Foundation

Jenner & Block Partner Nancy C. Libin will speak at a panel discussion that will examine implications of last year’s controversial Open Internet Order.  Under the Order, the Federal Communications Commission classified broadband Internet access services as common carrier services, giving itself considerably broader jurisdiction to make rules governing Internet service providers.  Ms. Libin and other panelists will discuss the wisdom or folly of such regulation, how to best balance consumer protections with the value unlocked by data analytics, and the broader context of ongoing changes in bothprivacy and telecommunications policy.  Sponsored by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF), the program will be held on March 1, 2016, at ITIF, 1101 K. Street, Washington, DC.

Ms. Libin is a member of the Privacy and Information Governance and Communications, Internet & Technology Practices. Clients seek her counsel on a variety of legal and policy issues related to data privacy, national security and cybersecurity.

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