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And in the center of this was Eisenach's Progress and Freedom Foundation, who had most of the large phone and cable companies
And what we're about to expose is that the FCC's rules have run amok. Combined with a failure of the FCC and state commissions
"We found that the majority of expenses were diverted to 'Local Service', while the Verizon affiliate companies were able
Cable rules are changing after months of pressure from liberal senators.
America is getting a big, fat downgrade, but don't bother to tell the FCC or the media. How, exactly is this the "best technology available"?
Once the entire Open Internet (Net Neutrality) rules are put out (we have only an outline as of this writing), you can expect a lawyers' banquet, a feeding frenzy where they will file and file and file.
Net Neutrality itself doesn't solve America's communications problems and we hope that the FCC decides to actually investigate our claims that a) Verizon failed to disclose that the networks are already Title II.
But advocates aren't celebrating yet. Instead, they're watching to see if the FCC will create rules that are strong and enforceable
As a telecom analyst for over 30+ years, I've been tracking the trend lines of communications services. And from the customer perspective -- your perspective -- 2015 will be like watching a train wreck in slow motion -- and continue over the next few years.