Monthly Archives: April 2007

The Economics of ‘Wireless Net Neutrality’

ROBERT W. HAHN, ROBERT E. LITAN, HAL J. SINGER, AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies Network neutrality issues have been vigorously debated worldwide over the past few years. One major aim of network neutrality proponents is to prevent high-speed Internet service providers from charging content...
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Sen. Dorgan Praises Net Neutrality Coalition

Webpronews.com Senator Byron Dorgan (D-ND) criticized both AT&T head Ed Whitacre and Senator Ted Stevens (R-AK) for their efforts against Network Neutrality protections during a conference call with reporters today, as the SaveTheInternet.com coalition celebrated its first anniversary. Dorgan cited Stevens’ role in stonewalling a...
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Internet Expert Supports Broadband Expansion without Net Regulation

Scott Cleland, of NetCompetition.org, calls on the Congress to promote broadband deployment and reject network neutrality Today, the Chairman of NetCompetition.org, Scott Cleland, urged the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet and the Senate Commerce Committee to promote policies designed to expand high-speed broadband...
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Celebrating, protecting our libraries during National Library Week

Congressman Rick Boucher, Main Street Newspapers.com The week of April 15- 21 has been designated as National Libraries Week and is a time to celebrate the many contributions that libraries and librarians make everyday in our communities. The educational and community benefits that our public...
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How Google-DoubleClick is Exploiting Antitrust Law’s Weak Underbelly

Scott Cleland, President, Precursor LLC • Google’s brilliant acquisition of DoubleClick represents another critical building block in Google’s shrewd strategy to further dominate the Internet advertising market. • Google’s “global growth strategy” is the public euphemism for its grand plan to systematically foreclose its potential...
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