Stratechery: Ben Thompson: Pro-Net Neutrality, Anti-Title II

By Ben Thompson Weirdly, this article about the American broadband market must start in Portugal. Last week Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai circulated a draft orderthat would undo the 2015 reclassification of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from what are known as “Title I information services” to “Title II telecommunication providers”; Title II of the Telecommunications Act, […]




USTelecom: Broadband Investment Dropped in 2016

By Patrick Brogan Investment in U.S. broadband networks continued to slide in 2016, continuing a trend that began two years ago after the Federal Communications Commission reclassified broadband providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act. U.S. broadband providers invested approximately $76 billion in capital expenditures on network infrastructure in 2016, down […]


The Hill: It is time for a new deal on internet equality

By Brent Wilkes As the Nation’s largest and oldest Latino civil rights organization, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), stands firmly in support of universal access to a free and open Internet. We stand behind protecting the interests of all consumers and providing all Americans with the chance to participate in the Internet […]


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