Monthly Archives: December 2014

The FCC Is Unnecessarily Undermining its Legitimacy

December 18, 2014   In directing the Wireless bureau to make two substantial, Commission-level decisions today, without the full Commission vote that was requested by Commissioners Pai and O’Rielly, (concerning the release of the annual wireless competition report and regulating cellular data roaming rates), the...
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FCC Title II Internet Regulation: “Believe it or not!”

December 17, 2014   With due credit to Ripley’s Believe it or Not!, so much odd and bizarre is happening in Washington in the “name” of “Title II utility regulation of the Internet ” that the topic calls for its own collection of: Believe it or Not!®oddities....
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Top Ten Deficiencies in FCC’s Title II Record

December 8, 2014   Will this FCC legal team learn from the legal mistakes of their predecessors and ensure the FCC has a thorough and a sufficient legal record to justify their legal theories, given that the FCC already has failed twice in crafting legal...
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Who Pays for Net Neutrality? – My Daily Caller Op-ed

December 3, 2014   Please don’t miss my Daily Caller op-ed here: “Who Pays for Net Neutrality?” It’s the core question net neutrality proponents don’t want asked and won’t answer. This is Part 75 of my FCC Open Internet Order Series.   *** FCC Open...
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