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Christopher Yoo Discusses Net Neutrality with Attorneys General

December 03, 2008
Christopher S. Yoo, professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and founding director of the Center for Technology, Innovation and Competition, is making a presentation on net neutrality today at the winter meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Yoo is part of a panel on Antitrust Issues on the Internet, being chaired by Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna.  His co-panelists are Gigi Sohn, president of Public Knowledge; Alan Davidson, director of U.S. public policy and Government Affairs for Google Inc.; and Bruce Byrd, vice president and general counsel for AT&T.

Yoo is one of the nation's leading authorities on law and technology. His research focuses primarily on how technological innovation and economic theories of imperfect competition are transforming the regulation of the Internet and other forms of electronic communications.