Monday, March 25, 2013
Departing commissioner says net neutrality was FCC’s biggest recent failure
Departing commissioner says net neutrality was FCC’s biggest recent failure | Ars Technica: "When asked if net neutrality has caused any harm to businesses, McDowell said it's not clear yet. There's been no obvious harm, he said, because the FCC hasn't yet taken any enforcement actions against companies for violating the rules. However, he said capital expenditures in broadband have remained flat even as the economy grew slightly between 2010 and 2011. It's too early to tell if that is in any way connected to net neutrality affecting wired service but not wireless." 'via Blog this'
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