Art Neill, executive director of New Media Rights, was appointed to a third term on the Federal Communications Commission’s Consumer Advisory Committee.
New Media Rights is a clinical program at California Western School of Law that provides legal services, advocacy and education to Internet users.
Neill previously has served as the co-chair of the advisory committee’s Broadband Working Group.
Staff Attorney Teri Karobonik will join Neill, serving as New Media Rights’ alternate representative to the CAC for a second term.
The FCC committee works to serve the interests of consumers by soliciting their input during the regulatory process and working to improve consumer access to modern communications services.
“Our appointment to the FCC’s Consumer Advisory Committee gives us a place where we can share the concerns of internet users and consumers directly with regulators,” Neill said in a prepared statement.
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