TPW 32: Jerry and Jerry on Net Neutrality

by on October 8, 2007 · 0 comments

TLF contributor Jerry Brito and his colleague Jerry Ellig, both of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, recently released a comprehensive new paper on the law and economics of network neutrality regulation. In a wide-ranging discussion, we explore the economic arguments for network neutrality regulation, discuss how economic theory applies to the issue, and Jerry Brito fills us in on the legal status of the FCC and FTC’s various pronouncements.

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