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Access, MEP Marietje Schaake and MEP Sabine Verheyen are pleased to invite you to the event:
“Guaranteeing Competition and the Open Internet in Europe”
A discussion on the importance of preserving the open and neutral nature of the internet in the European Union.
Tuesday 4 June
09:00 – 12:00
European Parliament, PHS 5B001
The event will explore two core questions that underpin the debate around net neutrality: Is legislation over-regulation or defending the Digital Single Market? And secondly, if the open internet is key to ensure both the flourishing of human rights and encourage competition and innovation in the internet economy, what are the costs of depending on the market to ensure the network remains a platform for economic growth?
09:05 – 09:35 Keynotes
Neelie Kroes -Vice-President of the European Commission Responsible for the Digital Agenda
09:35 – 10:25 Panel 1 Net Neutrality: Over-regulation or defending the Digital Single Market?
10:25 – 10.45 Open Debate
10:45 – 11.35 Panel 2 The costs and benefits of relying on the market
11.35 – 11:55 Open Debate
11:55 – 12:00 Closing Remarks
RSVP before 31 May 2013: firstname.lastname@example.org
(and provide us with your name, passport number, nationality and date of birth)
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We look forward to seeing you for what is sure to be an interesting and lively debate.