Wednesday, March 19, 2008
The FCC has scheduled an April 17 hearing at Stanford (no time or building has been announced yet) to hear testimony about whether Comcast and other ISPs are blocking access to peer-to-peer applications like BitTorrent, Richard Koman of ZD Net reports. Valleywag reported previously that the FCC decided to have a second hearing after an earlier meeting at Harvard went awry. Valleywag said Comcast paid locals to take seats in the auditorium so that net neutrality types couldn't get in.
Posted by San Francisco Peninsula Press Club at 12:03 PM