Dr. Darby was quite an accomplished man — a brilliant economist and gifted educator. The following is from the Washington Post …. Click Here.
While the FCC is considering onerous 1930s-era regulations on competitive broadband and competitive wirelesss services, there appears to be growing resistence in Congress. A letter signed by 73 Democratic Representatives and one signed by 37 Republican Senators oppose reclassification of Internet Service Providers as common carriers under Title II Law. Your comments are welcome.
Dr. Darby was a senior fellow and board member of the American Consumer Institute Center for Citizen Research. As president of Darby Associates, he advised a broad spectrum of clients on issues in broadcasting, cable television, domestic and foreign telephony, trade and technology, and domestic common carrier regulation. He was an Adjunct Professor at [...]
Questions for FCC Chairman Genachowski from Informed Consumers: Where Are the Links between Your Policies and Consumer Welfare? In a long, meandering, and hastily prepared statement released May 6, 2010, FCC Chairman Genachowski attempted to explain his rationale for imposing additional regulations on providers of broadband network access services. It is his response to a [...]
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