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Archive for July, 2007

Once upon a time when phone service was considered a utility that was important to the stability of the economy, it was regulated. The FCC required fairly rigorous reporting as did the SEC on the part of the phone companies as to the size of their networks and the costs of running them. […]

Recently a list member quoted Art Brodsky as saying that a major question was that the CWA would be key to “whether the Internet will continue to be open, or whether the telephone and cable companies will turn it into an instrument under their control. The prospects are not encouraging.”
Part of this issue is lurking […]