FCC’s Apparent Arbitrary AllVid Proposal

March 18, 2016 “Contradiction contradiction contradiction,” rather than “competition competition competition,” would be a more accurate description of what the FCC’s apparent arbitrary AllVid set-top-box proposal produces. Contradiction #1: FCC rules cable competitive in 2015, but not in 2016. In June 2015, the FCC ruled...
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The FCC’s New Subtractive Privacy Policy

March 10, 2016 Less is not more. That’s real “common sense.” When one’s actions demonstrably create a worse rather than better outcome net-net, like the FCC’s new Title II ISP privacy policy does, others would justifiably consider it a mistake. While the FCC obviously complied...
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