Should Broadband Internet Services Be Regulated
225 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 165 mm x 243 mm, Gewicht: 538 g
Verlag: SPRINGER NATURE
Lenard / May Net Neutrality or Net NeuteringThe subject of this book – whether or not to extend traditional telecommunications regulation to high-speed, or broadband, access to the Internet – is perhaps the most important issue facing the Federal Communications Commission. The issue is contentious, with academics and influential economic interests on both sides. This volume offers updated papers originally presented at a June 2003 conference held by the Progress and Freedom Foundation. The authors are top researchers in telecommunications.
Weitere Infos & Material
Distribution, Vertical Integration and the Net Neutrality Debate.- Network Neutrality and Competition Policy: A Complex Relationship.- Are "Dumb Pipe" Mandates Smart Public Policy? Vertical Integration, Net Neutrality, and the Network Layers Model.- The Importance of Open Network in Sustaining the Digital Revolution.- Local Broadband Access: Primum Non Nocere or Primim Processi? A Property Rights Approach.- Open Access Arguments: Why Confidence is Misplaced.