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Give (some of) the public airwaves to the public, and support structural separation

Save The Internet has a new posting up, asking the FCC to make sure the chunk of the airwaves about to become available stays open for public and market innovation.

David Isenberg, meanwhile, in an important piece writes that we won’t get Net neutrality if we rely on policy to achieve it. The carriers are structurally incapable of being Net neutral. So, David argues for structurally separating those who provide Net connectivity from those who sell content and services over the Net. [Tags: ]

2 Responses to “Give (some of) the public airwaves to the public, and support structural separation”

  1. Regarding structural separation, we must remember that something on paper, including unimplemented policy, is very different from actually trying to implement this same policy in a cost effective manner. So if one proposes structural separation (in a net neutrality framework), one should support his/her proposal with a sound business case proving that such a concept actually works. The same applies for those that are counter to the structural separation/net neutrality debate. I think the term “money talks and ….” applies to all such arguments and would help in any debate.

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