Financial Times: Net Neutrality: Time for Evidence-Based Policy, Thomas Hazlett


A federal appeals court has bopped the Federal Communications Commission yet again. In Comcast v. FCC – the “network neutrality” case – the agency was found to be making up the law as it went. In sanctioning the cable operator for broadband network management it found dubious, the Bush-era FCC exceeded its charter. Cable modem services and digital subscriber line (DSL) connections provided by phone carriers compete – officially – as unregulated “information services.”  Full article available on  Also available by [PDF Download] on Prof. Hazlett’s faculty profile.

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