Will Rinehart on Broadband Part Two
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The economics of competition work very differently in markets with high fixed costs. These markets work better with a consumer welfare focus than with the competition focus.
Will Rinehart on Broadband Infrastructure and Inclusion
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If you’re interested in broadband, competition, digital inclusion, and how public policy moves from idea to appropriation this is for you.
Wireless ISPs Manage Video Streams Under High Load
The Wehe data doesn’t tell us whether the observed behavior is consistent with company disclosures or general net neutrality conventions. While we don’t expect legal opinions from network performance scholars, it’s important to know more about the triggers of network management.
The Subtlety of Paid Prioritization
We should never stop making the Internet better. It takes an almost religious zeal to insist that there’s anything wrong with the subtle improvement represented by this video.
And it takes a very unrealistic theory of economics to maintain that there is any rationale for placing arbitrary limits on where the payment for such enhancements comes from. It’s our Internet and we should be able to use it in any lawful way we want.