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The House heard testimony this week from a cable companies, satellite companies, wireless companies, and providers of “over-the-top” programming on demand via the Internet Protocol (IPTV), including Netflix.
The bureaucrats at the Federal Communications Commission are set to make their play at picking wireless spectrum winners and losers.
Abolish the FCCDecember 22, 2011
Because there exists no area of human activity that couldn't benefit from more paternalistic attention ... Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the Federal Communications Commission to your Web browser.
Has the digital economy reached a point where all ex ante regulations should be discarded?
Three top free-market policy experts think so. The need for a uniform ex post approach to overseeing the Internet sector as a whole was the rough consensus of yesterday's panel, A New Framework the FCC, sponsored in Washington by The Mercatus Center of George Mason University.
What does FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski Really Think About Net Neutrality?March 1, 2011
Congress has already begun to engage the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its network neutrality policy. The House Energy and Commerce Commission is scheduled to vote Wednesday on a resolution opposing the new rules. “The last thing we need, in my view, is the FCC serving as Internet traffic controller,” said House Speaker John Boehner in a speech on Sunday.
Telecommunications Chapter of Annual Privatization Report 2010February 25, 2011
- IT outsourcing in state governments,
- Cloud computing and the future of IT outsourcing,
- the national Network Neutrality debate, and
- an analysis of the FCC's new National Broadband Plan.
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