LIVE113 by yaosaigeng

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13:17 LMette
is voip considered title 1?

13:19 LMette
voice becomes an application using voip, so does this mean information service rather
than teleocommunications

13:19 Al Lind
Barbara, what are the pros/cons of Internet being Title 1 or Title 2

13:21 LMette
lol
13:21 Levi C. Maaia
What would the tax implications be on Internet service and VoIP if they were to become
common carriage services? Would Americans pay more or less for these services?

13:22 Tracy Mitrano
What is the provision from which the FCC derives ancillary authority?

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13:31 Greg Jackson
Why is any of this important to higher education?

13:31 Greg Jackson
Granted, it's an interesting legal history. But what are the likely impacts on higher
education of different scenarios?

13:32 Eric
Where does wireless 'net access fall in the regulatory and political landscape?

13:33 Al Lind
If FFC went under title 2, what are the possible political repercussions?

13:34 Everett Garnick
What is "risky" about going the Title 2 route?

13:36 Greg Jackson
What are examples where the absence of such a right has caused problems?

13:36 Greg Jackson
Don't market forces solve this problem?

13:37 Greg Jackson
(btw, I believe there are important impacts on higher educatin, and that the market won't
solve the basic problem)

13:38 Greg Jackson
(but it's important to explore the counterargument)

13:38 Greg Jackson
Arguments we can't explain, we can't oppose effectively

13:38 Marie Sciangula
RT: @Al Lind: If FFC went under title 2, what are the possible political repercussions?




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13:44 Tracy Mitrano
Very clear answer, thank you, and fantastic presentation overall!

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13:46 Greg Jackson
please speak up...

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13:47 Mike
Does current broadband policy protect DSL providers who choose to selectively offer
access in adjacent communities within a larger metropolitan area, e.g., Los Angeles? For
example, Verizon offers DSL in some communities but not others, altho other broadband
providers may offer access. Off-campus DSL access affects education institutions ability
to provide information to our students.

13:47 Greg Jackson
Who determines whether content is "lawful" -- carrier, or court?

13:47 Tom Zeller - Indiana U.
Why does the Carterphone decision NOT apply to cellular? And what will it take to get a
similar result?

13:49 Al Lind
Can you give a couple of example of what mobile providers can do that fixed cannot?

13:49 Greg Jackson
Is WiFi mobile or fixed?

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cherryb@indiana.edu

13:56 Greg Jackson
Hmm. I thought it was precisely the opposite.

13:56 Brandon Butler
Isn't there also a copyright wrinkle, too? Do these rules make it easier for ISPs to act as
copyright cops?




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13:57 Jarret Cummings
To the extent the federal judiciary seems increasingly dominated by a conservative
perspective, does the Titel I approach have much chance of surviving legal challenge, in
whole or in part?

13:57 Marie Sciangula
even if the wifi signal comes from a router through a broadband carrier?

13:57 Greg Jackson
Interesting that the carterfone was a wireless device

13:57 Greg Jackson
http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2008/06/carterfone-40-years.ars

13:59 Al Lind
What is "risky" about going the Title 2 route?

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14:00 Steve Rholl - St. Olaf College
Thank you for the presentation.

14:00 Greg Jackson
video?

14:01 Sarah Morehouse
Thank you!




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