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What’s Hot List: 1/29/16

January 29, 2016 admin 0

The problem with Ben Carson’s ‘cyber space race’ analogy (Washington Post- The Switch Blog 1/27) Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says he has a plan to fend […]

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What’s Hot List 1/22/16

January 24, 2016 admin 0

FCC pressed to start drafting Internet privacy rules (The Hill 1/20/16) More than 50 digital rights and consumer groups are pressing the Federal Communications Commission […]

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What’s Hot List: 1/15/16

January 15, 2016 admin 0

The Battle Over Internet Rate Regulation In The Net Neutrality War (Forbes 1/11/16) Tomorrow the House Energy and Commerce Committee will hold a hearing on […]

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What’s Hot List 12/18/15

December 20, 2015 admin 0

The Biggest Threat to U.S. Internet Companies Now (Fortune 12/13/15) The decade-long debate over network neutrality reached a moment of truth earlier this month when […]

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What’s Hot List: 11/20/15

November 21, 2015 admin 0

Questions For Tomorrow’s FCC Hearing (Forbes 11/16) The disaster that is this Administration’s growing effort to regulate the Internet will be on full display at […]

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What’s Hot List: 11/13/15

November 13, 2015 admin 0

States Need to Focus on the Broadband Internet Ecosystem in Enforcement Matters (Morning Consult 11/6/15) Next week, three of the leading U.S. broadband internet service providers […]

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What’s Hot List 11/6/15

November 9, 2015 admin 0

Hilton hotel fined for obstructing FCC investigation into Wi-Fi blocking (PC World 11/3) The Federal Communications Commission plans to fine Hilton Worldwide Holdings $25,000 for […]

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What’s Hot List 10/30/15

October 30, 2015 admin 0

Even a Net-Neutral Internet Isn’t a Title II Public Utility (Wall Street Journal 10/27)   Regarding Holman Jenkins’s “Obama’s Next Broadband Blunder” (Business World, Oct. […]

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What’s Hot List 10/23/15

October 23, 2015 admin 0

On Enterprise Broadband, The FCC Can’t Leave Well Enough Alone Forbes (10/19) Back in 2012, I flagged what I saw as a cynical decision by the […]