Monthly Archives: February 2013

Don’t Miss Litan-Singer Book: The Need for Speed

February 28, 2013 Kudos to Robert Litan and Hal Singer for the clarity-of-thought and free market policy wisdom in their new book: “The Need for Speed: A New Framework for Telecommunications Policy for the 21st Century.” Here is the link to the book on Amazon....
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Oops! Professor Crawford’s Model Broadband Nation, Korea, Doesn’t Support Net Neutrality & Favors Market Concentration

February 26, 2013 As Professor Crawford continues her book tour advocating for a broadband utopia of an ultra-fast, government-subsidized, public-utility-regulated, broadband network with net neutrality, the supposed-facts undergirding her proposal, are crumbling away. As I explained recently in my analysis “Why Europe Is Falling Behind...
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Mr. Khanna’s Copyright Misrepresentation Over Cellphone Unlocking

February 25, 2013 Free culture activist, Derek Khanna, has thrust himself into the limelight again with yet more misrepresentations of copyright law. His latest copyright-neutering effort is a “call to arms” to “the digital generation” to oppose a Librarian of Congress 1998 DMCA copyright ruling,...
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ITU in Search of Relevance in Internet Age

February 19, 2013 Please see my Daily Caller Op-ed about the latest ITU argument for asserting control of the Internet:  “ITU in Search of Relevance in the Internet Age”...
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America’s Real Wireless Problem Isn’t Too Little WiFi

February 7, 2013 Concerning wireless spectrum policy, the federal government is totally missing the forest for the trees. In super-hyping the potential of turning 6-12 MHz of yet-to-be-auctioned TV broadcast spectrum into free “super wifi,” unlicensed “white spaces” someday, the government is totally missing America’s...
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