Sentinel And Enterprise: Let’s Avoid Patchwork Net Neutrality

By David Mancuso The Massachusetts State Legislature is currently considering a series of net neutrality bills that would stifle our innovation economy by pushing a local version of what should be a national regulation. Under the state proposals, net neutrality protections would stop at state borders. They may not even be enforceable. That kind of […]

Calls For Congressional Action On Net Neutrality Legislation Continue

Bipartisan Voices Urge For A Permanent & Comprehensive Solution, Rather Than A CRA Half-Measure Former LULAC CEO Brent Wilkes: “Rather Than Spending Time On A Legislative Hail Mary With Virtually No Chance Of Becoming Reality, Congress Should Develop A Comprehensive Bill That Levels The Internet Playing Field And Expands Access For All Americans.” (Brent Wilkes, “California […]

Baltimore Post Examiner: Internet Laws could Result In Price Increases For Customers

By Brent Wilkes The recent story, “Bill would provide internet users in Md. with privacy protection and net neutrality”overlooks the potential consequences of states passing their own Internet laws, which would create a complex web of competing rules that could result in price increases for customers and reduced investment that would expand broadband infrastructure for residents […]

Comprehensive Net Neutrality Legislation Essential For Jobs & Economy

Broadband Industry Supports Millions Of Jobs & Provides Billions Of Dollars In Investments To The Economy Broadband Industry Supports Nearly 11 Million U.S. Jobs. (“Jobs,” USTelecom, Accessed 3/30/18) From 1996 to 2016, Together With The Media And Information Technology Sectors, Broadband Has Invested More Than $1.6 Trillion In The U.S. Economy. (“Broadband Industry Stats: Behind The Numbers,” USTelecom, Accessed […]

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