Monthly Archives: April 2015

FCC’s New Do Not Track List Authority

Will the FCC create an Internet “Do Not Track” list like the FTC created the “Do Not Call” list enjoyed by three quarters of Americans? In ruling the Internet to be subject to common carrier consumer protection law, the Obama FCC’s recently passed Open Internet...
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ObamaNet vs EuroNet — “Competing” Protectionist Industrial Policies

The US-EU “competition” of protectionist digital industrial policies — U.S. Title II net neutrality vs. the EU’s emerging “platform neutrality” plans — creates an ironic backdrop to negotiations for the US-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) “free” trade agreement. Heightening the irony, the Obama...
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FCC-ville’s Kangaroo Court — My Daily Caller Op-ed

Please don’t miss my latest Daily Caller Op-ed: “FCC-villle’s Kangaroo Court.” It puts into perspective the extent of the FCC’s arbritrariness and capriciousness in its reclassification of the Internet as a Title II telephone monopoly. *** FCC Open Internet Order Series Part 1: The Many...
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Nationalistic Net Neutrality Naiveté

April 10, 2015 The New York Times’ editorial, “Global Threats to Net Neutrality,” scolds the world for not following the FCC’s nationalistic concept of net neutrality. They feign shock and indignation that Europe and India would dare think of politically doing what the FCC has...
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FCC Detours Innovation to Government Slow Lane — Daily Caller Op-ed

April 7, 2015 Please read my latest Daily Caller op-ed entitled: “FCC Detours Innovation to Government Slow Lane.” *** FCC Open Internet Order Series Part 1: The Many Vulnerabilities of an Open Internet [9-24-09] Part 2: Why FCC proposed net neutrality regs unconstitutional, NPR Online...
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