Monthly Archives: July 2014

Silicon Valley’s Six Biggest Net Neutrality Fantasies

July 24, 2014 Silicon Valley’s Six Biggest Net Neutrality Fantasies —  A Special Report If Silicon Valley folks are indeed the smartest of the smart, how could they be so easily fooled on net neutrality? Normally smarts distinguish between what’s testable and real versus what...
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NetCompetition Statement & Comments on FCC Open Internet Order Remand

July 11, 2014 NetCompetition Statement & Comments on FCC Open Internet Remand FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                            July 11, 2014 Contact:  Scott Cleland 703-217-2407 Broadband Reclassification is a Problem Pretending to be a Solution; & Un-supported by the Facts, Unjustified on the Merits, & Unwise Given FCC’s Record...
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FCC Open Internet Order Remand Request for Comments (GN Docket No. 14)

Reclassifying broadband as a Title II telephone utility service is a horrible idea that is un‐supported by the facts; unjustified on the merits; and unwise given the FCC’s seventy‐year track record of Title II regulatory failures. Read Scott Cleland’s full statement here: NetCompetition Comments on...
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Top Ten Failures of FCC Title II Utility Regulation

  July 7, 2014 Please see my latest Daily Caller op-ed: “Top 10 Failures of FCC Title II Utility Regulation.” The FCC has had a failure-prone, seventy-year track record implementing Title II telephone regulation. It is important to remember what the FCC did in the...
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