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Network Neutrality or Minimum Quality? Barking Up the Wrong Tree and Finding the Right One

BY | March 29, 2012

Timothy Brennan, Mar 29, 2012 U.S. telecommunications regulation has long been characterized by contentious disputes. Pricing, subsidies, and legal authority to regulate have certainly been prominent, but one other theme…

Timothy Brennan, Mar 29, 2012

U.S. telecommunications regulation has long been characterized by contentious disputes. Pricing, subsidies, and legal authority to regulate have certainly been prominent, but one other theme has been prominent if not dominant: rights of access to incumbent networks. Past disputes of this sort led to a series of separation rules that, in part because of their cumbersome nature, resulted in a judicial rather than regulatory remedy, the 1984 breakup of (the “old&

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