Jenner & Block

“Broadband Privacy Rules – Perspectives on Implementation of Section 222,” Practising Law Institute

Jenner & Block Partner Nancy C. Libin will moderate a session at the Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2016 conference, sponsored by the Practising Law Institute.  Titled “Broadband Privacy Rules – Perspectives on Implementation of Section 222,” her session will explore implications of new rules the FCC has proposed under Section 222 of the Communications Act for Internet service providers (ISPs).  Topics for discussion will include ISPs’ obligations under the statutory requirements of Section 222; whether the Federal Communications Commission’s regulations will  take more of an FTC-style ex-post enforcement approach or a CPNI-like ex-ante enforcement approach; and whether broadband providers should seek informal guidance or advisory opinions from the FCC.  This session will be held on April 11, 2016, the first day of the two-day program held in PLI’s New York Center, 1177 Avenue of the Americas, New York.

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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