The End of Scarcity, Open Architecture, and the Future of Broadband Competition Policy

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On May 5, 2009, the Silicon Flatirons Center and the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) brought together leading individuals from the telecommunications industry, academia, and public interest community to discuss the state of broadband competition policy. This discussion, which included Dick Lynch, Chief Technology Officer of Verizon, was held at ITIF and was moderated by Phil Weiser and Rob Atkinson. Overall, the discussion touched on a number of topics, which fell under the broad questions of what policy goals should guide broadband policy and what institutional strategies are best positioned to advance them.

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