Monthly Archives: February 2010

PFF Thierer’s Outstanding Case Against Net Neutrality

Progress and Freedom Foundation President Adam Thierer is one of the very best free market minds on all things Internet. Please take the time to review Adam’s outstanding five-part case against net neutrality regulation that he pulled together for his debate with FreePress’ Ben Scott...
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Must-read Swanson Op-ed: The White House-FCC Jobs Clash

Don’t miss Digital Society’s Bret Swanson’s outstanding op-ed in the Huffington Post that spotlights the huge disconnect between the White House’s top priority of creating jobs, and the FCC’s Open Internet regulation plans that are obviously big net job killers. Common sense dictates that heavily...
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Must read Broadband industry letter to FCC: Title II reclassification would do incalcuable harm

In one of the best, most strongly-worded and serious letters to the FCC that I have read in my 18 years following FCC issues closely, the united broadband industry’s letter to FCC Chairman Genachowski is simply a must-read; it explains why the FCC’s serious interest in reclassifying unregulated broadband information...
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Will Google Stop Censoring Search Results in China per its Pledge? New GoogleMonitor.com Ticker

  GoogleMonitor.com   For Immediate Release February 22, 2010 Contact: Scott Cleland 703-217-2407 Media@GoogleMonitor.com    Will Google Stop Censoring Search Results in China per its Pledge?   GoogleMonitor.com Announces Google China Censorship Pledge Accountability Ticker   WASHINGTON – GoogleMonitor.com has installed a ticker on its...
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How much should Google be subsidized?

Pending FCC policy proposals in the National Broadband Plan and the Open Internet regulation proceeding would vastly expand the implicit multi-billion dollar subisidies Google already enjoys, as by far the largest user of Internet bandwidth and the smallest contributor to the Internet’s cost relative to...
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FCC Chairman’s “broadband engine” speech raises big questions

FCC Chairman Genachowski’s speech to NARUC: “Broadband: Our Enduring Engine for Prosperity and Opportunity” raises some big open questions. The biggest open question is whether Chairman Genachowski believes the titular “broadband engine” of his speech should remain a private sector “engine” that is private property...
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