The Free State Foundation is a non-profit, nonpartisan think tank. Its purpose is to promote, through research and educational activities, understanding of free market, limited government, and rule of law principles at the federal level and in Maryland. FSF focuses on eliminating unnecessary and counterproductive regulatory mandates, especially those applicable to the communications and other high-tech industries, and on reducing overly burdensome taxes, protecting individual and economic liberty, and making government more effective, efficient, and accountable.
Welcome by FSF President Randolph May and Wall Street Journal's Steve Moore's Opening Keynote Address
Panel I: Convergence, Competition, and Consumer Choice: The Right Regulatory Approaches for the Digital Age Marketplace
Panel II: Convergence, Competition, and Consumer Choice: The Right Regulatory Approaches for the Digital Age Marketplace
Closing Remarks of White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer for Internet Policy Danny Weitzner