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The Cato Review of Business and Government
Regulation

Spring 2016: Volume 39, No. 1

FROM THE COVER

The deregulation of telecommunications in the last decades of the 20th century was an enormous benefit to consumers, making available technologies and information that were once barely imaginable. Unfortunately, there is a movement to re-regulate telecom, highlighted by the recent “net neutrality” rulemaking. This movement is propelled by some firms’ desire for rents under new regulation, and by Federal Communications Commission desires to regain political power and the benefits that come with it. Read the entire cover story by Larry Downes, The FCC Noses under the Broadband Tent Again, here.
 
 

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