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TR Daily: Industry Experts Take Aim at Commission on Net Neutrality, Auctions, USF, Media Breakfast panel at the Hudson CEI
Professor Thomas Hazlett joined several free market advocates at a roundtable sponsored by the Hudson Institutes Center for Economics on the Internet (CEI) to discuss the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) actions on network neutrality, incentive auctions, and universal service.The group recommended the FCC follow a path that allows more choice in the marketplace, leading to a more competitive environment for businesses. http://www.law.gmu.edu/news/2011/hazlett_hudson_institutes
Industry Experts Take Aim at Commission on Net Neutrality, Auctions, USF, TR Daily, June 17, 2011.
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