May 22, 2022

Video Recording Available: FCC and FTC Commissioners Will Discuss Policy Issues During Roundtable at CES 2018

UPDATED January 10, 2018 A Video Recording of the Panel Discussion with FCC and FTC Commissioners (see below) is now available and also embedded below.

A roundtable discussion taking place at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018) in Las Vegas featuring three FCC Commissioners, one FTC Commissioner, and others will be available to watch via a livestream beginning at 6:30 PM EST/3:30 PM PST today (January 9, 2018).


FCC and FTC Commissioners discuss critical regulatory and policy issues, including: infrastructure, spectrum allocation, 5G, privacy, accessibility, the Internet of Things, regulatory reform, disruptive innovation, and technological convergence.


Julie Kearney
VP, Regulatory Affairs, Consumer Technology Association

Brendan Carr
Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

Mignon Clyburn
Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

Terrell McSweeny
Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission

Mike O’Rielly
Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

David J. Redl
Assistant Secretary, National Telecommunications and Information Administration

See Also: More Livestreams of Panels and Presentations from CES 2018

See Also: infoDOCKET’s Net Neutrality Rollback Roundup

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Mr. Pai was supposed to be a part of the panel. 

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