This article, by Alan Daley, discusses how the FCC keeps changing what qualifies as high-speed broadband services, and how that definition creates shortfalls that conveniently perpetuate regulations. It is published in the Daily Caller.
With over 20 years in the communications industry, Alan has collaborated on policy development with elected officials and government professionals. He launched two successful businesses; one in mobile communications devices and earlier, a software writing consultancy specializing in financial and economic analysis. He wrote several books on software and technology. He writes on state and national economic policy, regulation, finance and other topics from a consumer perspective.