Monthly Archives: January 2009

The Return of Unreasonable Net Neutrality Demands

GigaOm’s instant and harsh condemnation of Cox’s new congestion management trials shows how unreasonable many net neutrality activists continue to be.  Mr. Malik indignantly asserts: “Who is Cox to decide that a certain FTP transfer is not time sensitive, or that some software update is not time sensitive?  Duh. Cox is...
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ALEC Opposes Internet Regulation in Congressional Stimulus Legislation

Consumer Electronics Net.com The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) voices its serious concerns over provisions in the economic stimulus plans of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives to usher in unprecedented government regulation of the Internet. ALEC opposes plans for federal regulators to impose...
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U.S. Not behind on Wireless Broadband

Lost in the crush of news of late, was the latest FCC report on wireless competition, which shows that the U.S. is leading the world in mobile broadband and wireless competition. This is especially relevant to the net neutrality/open Internet debate because: the main justification...
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Latest FCC report shows broadband competition flourishing

Lost in the news over the last week was the FCC release of important facts about the status of US broadband competition — that are exceptionally relevant to the net neutrality/open Internet debate — a debate which is essentially over whether or not to replace...
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Who’s Winning the Battle Over Net Neutrality?

Paul Korzeniowski, E-Commerce Times The Internet is the greatest technical development of the 20th century, and its open competition model has been the envy of other market sectors. Internet advances are being crushed by monopolistic carriers who are more concerned with censoring content than delivering...
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