ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – The American Consumer Institute, a non-profit 501c3 education and research organization, has submitted comprehensive comments in response to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Public Notice on the proposed implementation of Title II network neutrality regulations.

Expressing apprehension about the potential ramifications, the American Consumer Institute underscores the need for a thorough analysis of the proposed regulations’ impact on investment, deployment, and access within the broadband marketplace. The Institute contends that stricter net neutrality regulations could result in significantly higher broadband prices, lacking substantial evidence to justify such measures.

After an exhaustive review of market structure, conduct, and industry performance, including competition, investment, industry profits, and prices, the Institute finds no market failures warranting additional government actions. Consequently, the American Consumer Institute urges the FCC to conduct a rigorous supporting analysis, provide reasonable estimates of costs and benefits, and pause the proceeding until public comments on this vital matter are thoroughly considered.

Download the full document here.

For further information, please contact [email protected] to inquire about the above content.

The American Consumer Institute Center for Citizen Research is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational and research institute. The Institute focuses on economic policy issues that affect society as a whole, and we seek to be a better and more reasoned voice for consumers by using economic tools and principles to find public policies that work best for consumers. For more information about the Institute, visit www.TheAmericanConsumer.Org or follow us on Twitter (X) @ConsumerPal.