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The following letter was sent to Illinois State Representatives regarding the upcoming expiration of the state’s telecommunications act and the need to focus on broadband investment. Click here to download a PDF copy of the letter.
The Huffington Post published today a piece by Steve Pociask, president of ACI. The piece discusses reintroduced designed to allow credit unions to compete against banks for small business lending. The piece can be downloaded and read here.
Steve Pociask wrote a piece on how one patent pool may be overcharging and leading to higher electronic prices. To see the blog, visit the Huffington Post website.
ACI’s digital tech researcher and writer, Zack Christenson, discusses how a deal between ESPN and wireless carriers would be good for consumers. You can read his piece in the Daily Caller at their website.
Chinese hackers made the headlines in May when Washington confessed that Chinese army officers are behind cyber-attacks to collect U.S. intellectual property and military strategies. It is unclear if the army hackers are on a commercial mission, doing espionage, or perhaps both. In April, Spanish police charged a man with a massive distributed denial of [...]
The Daily Caller ran an op-ed written by Steve Pociask on May 13, 2013. The piece discusses how one patent pool may be sticking it to consumers. The piece can be read by clicking here.
Published May 10, 2013, this Daily Caller piece written by Steve Pociask can be download at following this link.
In their panic to author health care legislation, Congress left cost containment on the cloakroom floor. If the actual premiums, provider payments, related federal and state spending and subsidies had been calmly publicized before voting in 2010, prudent legislators would have tabled the Patient Protection and Affordable Care bill (ACA). As we approach 2014, few [...]
The Huffington Post published an op-ed by Zack Christenson and Steve Pociask on newly released wireless survey results. To download and read the piece, please click here.
Breaking Down State Barriers: How to Reduce Consumer Costs and Make Insurance Commissions Work More Efficiency
A week ago, I received a cancellation notice for a South Carolina residential insurance policy. It surprised me. I’d spoken with the agency two weeks earlier and they did not alert me to the overdue status. I had also spoken about my auto with a Florida agency of the same insurance company a week ago [...]
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