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Why IP Interconnection Would Break the Internet -- My Daily Caller Op-ed -- Part 18 Obsolete Communications Law Series

Please don't miss my new Daily Caller op-ed: "Why IP Interconnection Would Break the Internet" -- here.

  • It is a must read for anyone interested in the IP transition and the FCC.

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Obsolete Communications Law Research Series:


Note: Please see here for a summary power point presentation of the problems with obsolete communications law.

Part 1: Obsolete communications law stifles innovation, harms consumers

Part 2: The FCC's Public Interest Test Problem

Part 3: FCC Special Access: Communications Obsolete-ism vs. Modernism

Part 4: Obsolete Analysis Will Doom DOJ's Antitrust Probe of Cable

Part 5: Why U.S. Communications Law is Obsolete

Part 6: FCC's Slippery Slope to Regulating Content, Speech, and the Press

Part 7: FCC's Over-Reliance on Obsolete Law

Part 8: Google Fiber: Modern Technology, But Obsolete Policy Thinking

Part 9: FCC Showcases Its Growing Obsolescence

Part 10: The FCC's 1887 Railroad Regulation Mindset

Part 11: U.S. Government's Obsolete and Wasteful Spectrum Hoarding and Rationing

Part 12: U.S. Falling Behind the World in Auctioning Broadband Spectrum

Part 13: U.S. Government's Obsolete and Dysfunctional Spectrum Management

Part 14: A Welcome Catalyst for Modernizing Obsolete Communications Law & Regulation

Part 15: Google Fiber's Avoidance of Phone Service Makes Case for Obsolete Law

Part 16: Professor Crawford’s Obsolete Public Utility Thinking for Broadband

Part 17: ITU in Search of Relevance in the Internet Age