Video: Event on Regulation and Competition in the Digital Economy

Over the last quarter-century — from the days of slow dial-up connections and brick phones to today’s world of fiber-based broadband, apps and 4G wireless networks — consumers have derived incredible benefits from high-speed data networks. Join Steve Pociask, president of the American Consumer Institute, and a panel of experts as we look at how the evolution of the broadband ecosystem has created opportunities and choices for today’s consumers. We’ll discuss: today’s current technology trends and the investment that preceded them — how broadband, mobile devices and applications are proliferating and driving the economy; and the future — what we expect for consumers in the decade ahead and what regulatory oversight is best suited to maximize consumer welfare.

Remarks from:
The Honorable Rick Boucher, Internet Innovation Alliance

Panelists:
Harry Alford, National Black Chamber of Commerce
Hance Haney, Discovery Institute
Ryan Radia, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Morgan Reed, Association for Competitive Technology

Moderated by:
Steve Pociask, The American Consumer Institute

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The Honorable Rick Boucher, Internet Innovation Alliance

Harry Alford, National Black Chamber of Commerce

Hance Haney, Discovery Institute

Ryan Radia, Competitive Enterprise Institute

Morgan Reed, Association for Competitive Technology

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