Monthly Archives: September 2015

Will Government Spectrum Permissions Throttle 4G Evolution to 5G Wireless?

September 30, 2015 To try to justify mandating Title II utility regulation of broadband and the blocking of the Comcast-Time Warner acquisition, the Administration and FCC had to gerrymander broadband definitions to reach their political goal that wireless broadband service not be considered an official...
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Municipalities: Broadband Is Not a ‘Core Utility’

September 25, 2015 It is timely to fact check the Federal Government’s storyline that broadband is a ‘core utility,’ given a new White House report that directs municipalities that broadband is a “core utility… like water, sewer and electricity;” and given that a senior FCC...
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Google’s Internet Association Hypocritically Begs Digital Protectionism

September 23, 2015 The juxtaposition of Google tacitly accusing the EU with “digital protectionism” and “discrimination” as the EU’s Digital Chief, Günther Oettinger, visits D.C. and Silicon Valley, while the Google-created Internet Association this week asks for U.S. protection from ISP “discrimination” in an appeals...
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The FCC Built its Net Neutrality House on Legal Sand

September 14, 2015 The FCC’s latest legal brief defending its Open Internet Order, will represent the FCC’s “strongest possible” legal arguments for its Title II net neutrality case – a vainglorious legal fortress. In reality, the FCC’s legal case is closer to a magnificent beach...
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Presidential Candidate Lessig’s Far Left Net Neutrality Agenda; My DC Op-ed

September 7, 2015 Please don’t miss my latest Daily Caller op-ed:” Presidential Candidate Lawrence Lessig’s Far Left Net Neutrality Agenda.” It explains the central part net neutrality plays in his Presidential candidacy and it also poses two relevant accountability questions about whether or not Mr....
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