Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Multi-speed Internet is Getting More Faster Speeds

April 27,2014 The Internet has long had multiple speeds. And it constantly gets faster speeds via technological and commercial innovation, competition, and investment. The Internet also has long met people’s diverse needs, wants and means for speed, with different technologies, pricing, and content delivery methods,...
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The Least Efficient Part of Government – My Daily Caller Op-ed

April 25, 2014   Please don’t miss my new Daily Caller op-ed: “The Least Efficient Part of Government.” It’s Part 14 of my Spectrum Waste Fraud & Abuse Series. *** Spectrum Waste Fraud & Abuse Series Part 1: U.S. Government’s Obsolete and Wasteful Spectrum Hoarding...
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The FCC Disincentive Auction – My Daily Caller Op-ed

April 22,2014   Please don’t miss my new Daily Caller op-ed: “The FCC Disincentive Auction.” It exposes an auction at war with itself, with more economic disincentives than incentives to bid. It also spotlights the irony of FCC auction rules that approve a de facto...
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600MHz Market Auction or FCC Three-Ring-Circus?

April 15, 2014   It appears the FCC may be betting again that it is smarter than everyone else in the marketplace. Time will tell. From the various reports of briefings about the FCC’s planned rules for the 600 MHz incentive auction, two things appear...
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Diverging US-EU Internet Trade Visions

Please don’t miss my latest Daily Caller op-ed: “Diverging US-EU Internet Trade Visions.” It spotlights that starkly diverging US-EU net neutrality and data protection policies complicate negotiations for the nascent and pending Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) trade agreement. This is Part 6 of...
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How to Modernize Communications Law for American Consumers

April 3, 2014 Please don’t miss my new white paper that I will present Friday at a NetCompetition Capitol Hill event with the following well-known experts responding: Gene Kimmelman of Public Knowledge; Jeff Eisenach of the American Enterprise Institute; Mark Cooper of the Consumer Federation...
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