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Rep. Rick Boucher at Freedom to Connect

April 4th, 2006

U.S. Representative Rick Boucher, serving his twelfth term representing Virginias Ninth Congressional District, is at the forefront of federal information technology policy making. He has a long history of involvement in and a deep knowledge of advanced telecommunications and information technology matters. He also extensively examines the intersection of technologies and copyright law, authoring legislative measures to promote technological innovation and the rights of consumers while ensuring that creators of intellectual property are fairly compensated. Congressman Boucher originated the Congressional Internet Caucus in 1996. This bipartisan caucus has grown to more than 170 members of the U.S. House and Senate.” – Freedom To Connect.

Listen to Rep. Boucher, who spoke during a Tuesday morning session at F2C 2006, discuss how the new House Telecom bill would impact Video Franchising and Network Neutrality.

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  • 1. Greg Stratford  |  August 9th, 2006 at 8:39 pm

    Thank you for this informative recording. It is saying something when a US Representative successfully explains the concept of network neutrality in layman’s terms. The second half Representative Boucher’s talk is extremely informative on the issue relating to the house legistlation.

  • 2. U.S. Representative Rick &hellip  |  August 9th, 2006 at 8:56 pm

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