Skorup Op-Ed on Net Neutrality Appears in Real Clear Markets


IEP Scholar Brent Skorup penned an op-ed on the net neutrality debate. In it, he examines the origins of net neutrality, specifically the first violator of the FCC’s net neutrality rules. The FCC forced a small wireless carrier to abandon their two tier pricing scheme that was offered to their customers as a means to offer a more basic service for those who couldn’t pay the high price required for a 4G LTE plan. Skorup examines how the FCC’s rigid net neutrality plan penalized a small wireless carrier for its efforts to meet the demands of all their customers.

The full op-ed can be read at Real Clear Markets.

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