The FCC and DOJ do not want to look ridiculous applying a spectrum cap to Verizon and AT&T and not Sprint when the FCC’s own Wireless Competition report shows that Sprint controls roughly twice as many MHz per population as either Verizon or AT&T.
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Wireless communications have improved the lives of millions of people across the United States and the world. However, the rapid expansion of wireless services has brought growing pains: The electronic[...]
The Left wants the Internet and cellular market much more heavily regulated – like they do in Europe. Again, the Barack Obama Administration is (in unilateral, Congress-free fashion) delivering.
Every private sector company spends every waking second (and many sleeping ones) trying to get new customers. It’s a relentless pursuit of improvement. Of their goods and services, customer service,[...]
The Big Government, Never-Enough-of-Your-Coin-Coalition – Internet Division – is at it yet again. The Barack Obama Administration has since it’s inception been very active in over-regulating the Web – for[...]
My new policy brief urges the Federal Communications Commission to get on with the business of allocating the necessary spectrum to meet the burgeoning demand for wireless services. The paper was[...]
The Barack Obama Administration is fabulously successful at choosing terribly in the private sector. Solyndra. Fisker. The Chevy Volt. Ener1. A123 Systems. Beacon Power. Abound Solar. Evergreen Solar. And on,[...]
President Barack Obama has for five-plus years said and done two contradictory things regarding the United States’ economy. 1) He has repeatedly said that he wants the private sector to recover –[...]
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering a proposal that would create a new tax on broadband Internet service. The new tax would be designated to fund the Connect America Fund[...]
Wireless communications have changed the lives of millions of people across the United States and the world. With the rapid expansion of wireless services has come growing pains. The electronic[...]
House Republicans’ recent attempt of June 15 to eliminate funding for the FCC’s “Open Internet Order” is the most recent of many objections to the Commission’s support of the plan[...]
America’s traditional “Tax Day” has arrived (though returns aren’t due until Monday, April 18). Not coincidentally April 15 also marks the cinematic release of Atlas Shrugged—Part 1. The timing could[...]
The National Journal reported Monday that the White House will likely veto any House attempts to scuttle the FCC’s net neutrality rules: “If the president is presented with a resolution of[...]
Full disclosure: I’m a snob. Increasingly, I shun popular culture for the esoteric film, theater, literature and music given far wider exposure on National Public Radio than on commercial stations.[...]