Monthly Archives: September 2008

‘Net Neutrality’ Throws Internet into Legal Limbo

James Gattuso, The Heritage Foundation Since the Federal Communications Commission’s ‘net neutrality’ order last month there have been an avalanche of lawsuits including four last week alone.Responding to the suits, Ben Scott of Free Press, the energizer rabbit of pro-regulation media groups, said: Link...
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U.S has right approach to Broadband

Amy Smorodin, The Progress and Freedom Foundation WASHINGTON D.C. – The U.S. is rapidly taking the lead in deployment of next generation broadband networks, thanks to its relatively deregulatory policies. That is the conclusion reached by PFF Board Member Jeffrey A. Eisenach in “Broadband Policy:...
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Don’t be Fooled by the National Broadband Policy “Straw Man”

Abstract. Don’t be fooled by the straw man argument and hidden biases in the assumptions undergirding the call for a more government-centric national broadband policy. Their argument cannot withstand common sense, penetrating analysis, or ‘open’ public scrutiny. There are at least three major hidden biases...
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Press Release on New Broadband White Paper

MCLEAN, Va. – Today, the President of Precursor, LLC, Scott Cleland, released a white paper that warns of the dangers and unintended consequences of a more government-centric broadband policy. In his white paper entitled, “Don’t be Fooled by the National Broadband Policy ‘Straw Man,’ Cleland...
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