“On Monday the FCC will be holding an open public hearing on traffic shaping at Harvard Law School, and today released their meeting agenda and list of FCC-selected network experts,” dlsreports explains.
MacDailyNews Note: The hearing will be held at Harvard Law School, Ames Courtroom, Austin Hall, 1515 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA from 10am-4pm EST.
“The panels will discuss network neutrality and traffic shaping. The agency is currently investigating Comcast’s traffic shaping practices in response to requests by BitTorrent video delivery company Vuze, consumer advocates such as Free Press, and others,” according to dlsreports.
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