Ajit Pai will return pro-consumer focus at FCC – The Hill Op-ed

Please see my new The Hill op-ed: “Ajit Pai will return pro-consumer focus at FCC.”

 

  • It factually rebuts the New York Times’ editorial assessment: “Anti-Consumer Agenda at the FCC.

 

Outdated Telecom Law Poses a Challenge for Agit Pai’s FCC – The Hill Op-ed

Here is my latest The Hill op-ed on How “Outdated Telecom Law Poses a Challenge for Agit Pai’s FCC.”

  • It explains what is NOT a modern FCC.
  • It’s also part 26 of my Modernize Obsolete Communications Law Series. (See below.)

 

 

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Modernize Obsolete Communications Law Series

Congress Please Undo FCC’s Dysfunctional Internet Privacy Rules – The Hill Op-ed

Please don’t miss my latest The Hill op-ed, “Congress Please Undo FCC’s Dysfunctional Internet Privacy Rules,” which explains how these last minute regulations created a confusing mess for consumers.

 

FCC Should Sunset Set-Top Box Provision Because Market is Fully Competitive

House Energy and Commerce Committee Republicans formally asked FCC Chairman Agit Pai to close the docket on the set-top box proceeding because it is no longer under active consideration, and because it “remains an unnecessary regulatory threat to the content creation and distribution industries” and casts a “shadow over investment and innovation.”

This is a wise, pro-competitive, pro-property rights, and good government request from Congress to the new Pai FCC.

The FCC should efficiently utilize this decision opportunity to employ the statutory sunset provision in the law to permanently sunset and remove this unnecessary and serious regulatory threat to competition, copyrighted contractual content and its creation, investment, and innovation.

Rating the FCC’s Net Neutrality Enforcement Policy a Zero -- The Hill Op-ed

Please don’t miss my latest The Hill op-ed entitled “Rating the FCC’s Net Neutrality Enforcement Policy a Zero

  • It explains how net neutrality ceased being pro-consumer.  

 

The Google-Facebook Online Ad Cartel is the Biggest Competition Problem

By far the biggest competition problem facing U.S. antitrust and regulatory authorities is the Goobook Ad Cartel, the unaccountable dominant chokepoint for monetizing most online news, content, products and services.

The evidence is compelling that Google and Facebook have colluded to divide up and corner the online advertising market, and consequently, have deterred competition, devalued property and work, dehumanized privacy, and depressed economic growth and employment.

This unprecedented market power and winner-take-all outcome in such a vital sector of the economy is a direct result of purposeful U.S. non-enforcement of antitrust laws for online platforms, and the lavishment of most every public policy advantage upon them that one could imagine. 

Let’s first examine Google and Facebook’s massive monopolies, then their collusion, and then who is harmed and how.

Google & Facebook’s Massive Monopolies

How Did Net Neutrality Become So Unreasonable? The Hill Op-ed

Please don't miss my latest op-ed in The Hill: How Did Net Neutrality Become So Unreasonable?

 

Reason Will Eclipse Politics when GOP Takes Over FCC Jan. 20. – The Hill

 

Please don’t miss my new The Hill op-ed: “Reason Will Eclipse Politics when GOP Takes Over FCC Jan. 20.

 

Why a Trump FCC is Already Spurring Economic Growth

 

Please don’t miss my new The Hill op-ed: “How Trump and promise of FCC reform are already spurring economic growth.”

 

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