"The Net neutrality debate obscures the real problem: no competition. If there were three or four nationwide broadband providers, none would dare abuse their power.A rising tide of Internet regulation - Business - The Boston Globe
What’s really needed are incentives for newcomers like Google to bring its superfast Google Fiber network into more cities. It could also make sense for states and cities to build backbone networks, then lease them to private businesses, similar to what’s going on in Western Massachusetts. Until we get more Internet options, we may have to choose between overly broad federal regulation or overwhelming corporate greed."
Thursday, May 15, 2014
A rising tide of Internet regulation - Business - The Boston Globe
Difficult digital delivery dilemmas