This morning's session boiled down to whether Comcast and cable operators can manage their network by discriminating against specific applications such as Bit Torrent. Some argued that such discrimination is OK as long as the application discrimination is disclosed to consumers. Others argued that in a duopoly, disclosure isn't sufficient. Therefore, Comcast and other, mostly cable ISPs, should be prevented from discrimination against specific apps.
It was also noted that the deep packet inspection technologies apparently being used to interfer with P2P traffic can also be used for content filtering and abridgment of speech not that anyone is doing that in the US.
We're off to the engineering session.