New York and Net Neutrality

by on November 20, 2009 · 6 comments

This morning, the Technology Committee of the New York City Council convened a large hearing on a resolution urging Congress to pass a robust Net Neutrality law. I was supposed to testify, but our narrowband transportation system prevented me from getting to New York. Here, however, is the testimony I prepared. It focuses on investment, innovation, and the impact Net Neutrality would have on both.

“Net Neutrality’s Impact on Internet Innovation” – by Bret Swanson – 11.20.09

  • http://www.techliberation.com Adam Thierer

    Good testimony, Bret. But the real question is: Exactly where does New York get the authority to regulate the Internet? Are we going to have 50 mini-Net neutrality laws, or one for every city? This is insanity. It's another sign that the growing specter of neutrality regulation will entail far more red tape than proponents care to admit.

  • http://www.techliberation.com Adam Thierer

    Good testimony, Bret. But the real question is: Exactly where does New York get the authority to regulate the Internet? Are we going to have 50 mini-Net neutrality laws, or one for every city? This is insanity. It's another sign that the growing specter of neutrality regulation will entail far more red tape than proponents care to admit.

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