No Neutrality Regulation in 2009

by on January 2, 2009 · 12 comments

I’m in the mood for making bold predictions, so I predict (with fingers crossed) that we won’t see neutrality regulation passed in 2009.  I want to say right away that this is more of a hope than a assessment of the regulation’s political chances, but it’s a hope worth sharing.

Over at, the blog of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, I have spelled out my reasons for thinking that neutrality regulation won’t pass and why I think market-enforced neutrality would be a much more robust system for keeping the Net thriving.

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