Monthly Archives: November 2014

Top Ten Adjectives to Describe FCC Title II Net Neutrality Regulation

November 11, 2014   Top Ten Adjectives to Describe FCC Title II Net Neutrality Regulation   The top ten most descriptive adjectives for the President’s claim that Title II utility regulation authority is needed to implement net neutrality are: UNTRUE UNWARRANTED UNNECESSARY UNFAIR UNPOPULAR UNECONOMIC...
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NetCompetition Statement on President’s Call for Title II Internet Regulation

November 10, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                            November 10, 2014 Contact: Scott Cleland 703-217-2407   The President’s Call for Regulating the Internet as a Title II Utility Could Break the Global Internet Autocratic Nations Want the UN’s International Telecommunications Union to Control the Internet Reclassifying the...
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The Federal Communications Congress? – My Daily Caller Op-ed

November 8, 2014   Please don’t miss my Daily Caller op-ed here: “The Federal Communications Congress?” It explains how the FCC would be reversing longstanding, successful, bipartisan U.S. trade and foreign policy, if it unilaterally reversed the legal status of Internet traffic from an un-tariffed...
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