Monthly Archives: May 2014

Top Ten Reasons to Oppose Broadband Utility Regulation

May 29, 2014 Please see my latest Daily Caller op-ed: “Top Ten Reasons to Oppose Broadband Utility Regulation.” It provides a great overview of the best arguments why the FCC reclassifying broadband as a Title II monopoly telephone service, is a very bad idea. It...
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Open Letter to Internet Association on Broadband Utility Regulation

May 26, 2014   Dear Executives of Internet Association Companies, Have you thought through the global implications of your businesses’ public lobbying for regulating broadband like a public telephone utility? Possibly you are unaware that “The French government said it would push for a new...
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Top Ten Reasons Broadband is not a Public Utility

May 20, 2014   Please see my latest Daily Caller op-ed: “Top Ten Reasons Broadband is not a Public Utility.” It provides an easy to understand baseline case of why the FCC’s consideration of Title II reclassification of broadband is unnecessary, unwarranted, unwise and unfair....
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Net Neutrality Rhetoric: “Believe it or not!”

May 16, 2014 With due credit to “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!®,” so much odd and bizarre is happening in Washington in the “name” of “net neutrality” that the topic calls for its own collection of: “Believe it or Not!®” oddities. INTERNET FAST LANES: Net Neutrality activists...
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Letter to FCC Chairman Wheeler & Legislators on Net Neutrality

The Honorable Thomas Wheeler Chairman, Federal Communications Commission 445 12th Street, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20554 The Honorable Fred Upton Chairman, Committee on Energy and Commerce 2183 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, D.C. 20515 The Honorable Jay Rockefeller Chairman, Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation 531...
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NetCompetition Statement on FCC Incentive Auction Rules

May 15, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — May 15, 2014 Contact:  Scott Cleland — 703-217-2407 FCC Rules Take the “Auction” & “Incentives” out of the Supposed “Incentive Auction” Auction will under-earn with FCC thwarting market forces by picking winners & losers        WASHINGTON D.C....
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NetCompetition Statement on FCC Open Internet Rules

May 15, 2014 NetCompetition FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — May 15, 2014 Contact:  Scott Cleland — 703-217-2407    FCC Consideration of Title II Broadband Regulation is a Blueprint for Uncertainty Encouraging Kilobit Regulation is No Way to Encourage a Gigabit Internet Future Title II Regulation Threatens...
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