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Public Knowledge's amicus brief supporting the FCC's data roaming rules. This document is available as a pdf.
of Jodie Griffin
U.S. House of Representative
Committee on the Judiciary
Subcommittee on Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet
Music Licensing Part One: Legislation in the 112th Congress
November 29, 2012
The Internet Radio Fairness Act (IRFA) sets out to create fairness in the radio marketplace. To actually achieve that goal, IRFA must follow three key principles:
(1) Encourage Markets. IRFA must use a royalty standard that encourages innovation in a robust and sustainable online radio marketplace.
(2) Treat Like Services Alike. IRFA must apply the same royalty standard to all types of radio services, including online, cable, satellite, and AM/FM radio.
This policy brief was posted by the Republican Study Committee on November 17th and almost immediately withdrawn. It is available as a pdf.
This is the joint brief of intervenors in Verizon v. FCC. This file is available as a pdf.
On Thursday, October 18, 2012, PK President Gigi B. Sohn addressed the 17th Annual Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference, "The Broadband Ecosystem: Living with the Cloud". Her prepared remarks are below and are also available as a PDF.
Good Morning. I want to thank Chris Tamarin and the conference organizers for inviting me to be here today. Of course I wish it were yesterday, because it was Mary Beth Henry Appreciation Day in Portland. I understand that Mary Beth suggested that you invite me here to be your keynote speaker. So you know who to blame after I’m done!
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