Monthly Archives: October 2014

Net Neutrality Has Become an Industrial Policy – My Daily Caller Op-ed

October 31, 2014 Please don’t miss my Daily Caller op-ed here: “Net Neutrality Has Become an Industrial Policy.” It explains how net neutrality is being exposed to be less about protecting consumers and more about “Trojan horse” political messaging to protect and subsidize Silicon Valley...
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Will the FCC Break the Internet? – My Daily Caller Op-ed

October 22, 2014 Please don’t miss my Daily Caller op-ed here: “Will the FCC Break the Internet?” It explains how the FCC could effectively break the Internet and seriously undermine U.S. trade and foreign policy interests, if it redefined the legal status of American Internet...
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Silicon Valley’s Biggest Internet Mistake – My Daily Caller Op-ed

October 15, 2014 Please don’t miss my Daily Caller op-ed here: “Silicon Valley’s Biggest Internet Mistake,” to learn the disastrous international repercussions for the Internet of the FCC regulating the American Internet as a “telecommunications” utility. This is Part 67 of my FCC Open Internet...
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Why Waxman’s FCC Internet Utility Regulation Plan Would Be Unlawful

October 5, 2014   Rep. Henry Waxman, Ranking Member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, wrote the FCC to propose that the FCC, in its pending Open Internet order remand, “reclassif[y] broadband providers as telecommunications services and then using the modern [Title I] authority...
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