The Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Centre for Law, Technology and Society at the University of Ottawa were pleased to host the first inaugural Howard Pawley Memorial Lecture this evening.
Tonight’s event was well-attended by advocates, academics, and students interested in hearing about Net Neutrality developments in the United States and bigger questions beyond. We would like to thank Michael Copps for sharing his time and insights with all of us.
You may read Michael Copps’ full speech here.
You may watch Michael Copps’ lecture here.