Wednesday, May 10, 2006
David S. Isenberg is a fellow of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society. He began his career at AT&T Labs until he wrote The Rise of the Stupid Network in May 1997. He will be speaking at ISPCON on the topic: Network Neutrality Reality. A podcast of his Berkman Lunch Talk, "Network Neutrality Reality: What's Driving the Next Telecom Act" is available: MP3 here, and powerpoints here. His talk is his perspective on why the telcos want a law in the first place (because cable tv entry fits the business model they know) and how net neutrality hangs in the balance.