The Public Interest Communications Law Project and the Benton Senior Counselor

The Benton Foundation and Georgetown Law are establishing the Public Interest Communications Law Project, under which Andrew Jay Schwartzman will serve as the Benton Senior Counselor at Georgetown Law’s Institute for Public Representation (IPR).  read more

 

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Once again, mostly people understand the problem to be in the last mile, but few have a solution. Well here it is and few will like it as it cuts... read more
I am happy to find this article and have a read This is really great article! I’ll definitely be back for updates. That is very interesting, I love... read more
First of all Good day! I would just like to give thanks to the admin who posted this one I really appreciate it thank you. Yeah right I totally agree... read more
Kevin, By now it should be apparent that the FCC is final paying the price for DC ducking the "convergence" issue for the past 30 years. The reality... read more
dkleeman, that is correct. read more
These appear to be letters to the editor, not formal op-ed or commentary pieces. read more
Last mile incumbents (edge access providers) will always attempt to extend their monopoly influence into the core and up into the stack. Since TCP/... read more
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"Alternatively, Comcast could increase prices for those subscribers who consume a lot of bandwidth, which might have similar effects to the just-... read more
Neeley v Federal Communications Commissioners, et al, (5:13-cv-5293) The complaint linked above was recently dismissed due to not having been read or... read more

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