Monthly Archives: August 2014

Debunking Consumerist Bogus Claim Mobile Data Does Not Compete with Cable

August 20, 2014 Pro-regulation interests often resort to highly misleading arguments to advance their cause. Fortunately that kind of deception ultimately exposes the weakness of their underlying argument and public policy position. To promote Netflix’ “strong” version of net neutrality regulation and to oppose the...
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Internet Peering has Obsolesced Interconnection Regulation

The old adage is true here; “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” The Internet peering marketplace works exceptionally well and it has for its entire twenty year history. The unparalleled success, growth, and resiliency of the unregulated model for the Internet backbone peering marketplace...
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Maryland Rules Uber is a Common Carrier — Will FCC Agree?

August 6, 2014 The Daily Record reports that the Maryland Public Service Commission ruled that Uber is a common carrier subject to its regulatory jurisdiction. The PSC stated: “[W]hen viewed in their totality, the undisputed facts and circumstances in this case make it clear that...
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