Very good piece today by Peter Suderman, managing editor at National Review Online, on Timothy Wu and regulation of wireless. His conclusion:
Over the last two decades, wireless phones have morphed from awkward, brick-sized contraptions with laughably poor reception into slim, sleek fashion accessories with impressive feature sets. Meanwhile, wireless service has gone from novelty to convenience to necessity. Society may not always love the cell-phone industry, but consumers have integrated its products into daily life to a remarkable degree. If these trends are any indication, the wireless industry will continue to adapt to the demands of consumers all on its own — somewhat fitfully and frustratingly for sure — but without any need for government meddling, no matter how well intentioned.